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Joe Liemandt

Joe Liemandt has guided Trilogy's growth since the company's inception defining products and target markets, and building long-term relationships with customers. In 2000, he conceptualized Trilogy's current strategy of delivering 100% customer success through industry-specific offerings, which unlock transformational business value. Consistent with this strategy, Joe has pioneered innovative customer partnering arrangements, tied directly to delivering success: "If we don't help an automobile manufacturer improve their success rate when they're selling cars, they don't pay...if we and our customers are focused on delivering value for their business, then good things happen for both of us." (Newsweek, June, 2002)

Joe's visionary leadership has differentiated Trilogy from its competitors. His industry-leading approach to customer success has been featured not just in Newsweek, but also Fortune Magazine, Harvard Business Review and on CNN. Joe has also innovated in the area of organization development and culture, recruiting and training a world- lass team through unorthodox approaches highlighted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Businessweek.

Prior to founding Trilogy, Joe attended Stanford University, where he majored in Economics.

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Last Updated: Fri, Oct 31, 2008


Displaying 5 results for Joe Liemandt  Page: 1

Category Title Author/Speaker Organization Length Date
Podcast The Passion and Perseverance Behind a Start-up Joe Liemandt Trilogy 56:57 10/2005
Video Starting a business during undergraduate study Joe Liemandt Trilogy 01:26 05/2005
Video Perseverance: Sticking to your beliefs Joe Liemandt Trilogy 02:17 05/2005
Video Guaranteeing Business Value to Customers Joe Liemandt Trilogy 07:39 05/2005
Video Sharing Your Passion Joe Liemandt Trilogy 04:00 05/2005