“There’s never a dull moment here. I’m constantly learning new things, be it on the technology side, the legal side, or the compliance side.” Joe has been with Compli almost two years as the Senior Sales Engineer. He is the product expert helping both prospective and existing customers match their needs with our products. Part of what makes his job satisfying is seeing people he’s worked with during the sales process become customers. “It’s a lot of fun to see how they are using the system, to hear their experiences, and see the software actually solving real-world problems.”
Joe’s path to Compli started with a Bachelor’s degree in English literature with the intent of pursuing a law degree. But after working at a law firm for two months, he decided life as an attorney was not a good fit for him. The path from law to technology though was a natural one. As a project manager, he provided electronic discovery services for law firms managing complex litigation then moved into the sales and marketing side of the house. Along the way, he earned an MBA to further understand how organizations work. His job at Compli is a natural marriage of his technical, law and sales experience.
Joe’s roots are in Silicon Valley but he’s been in the Northwest for 16 years and while he is not a native, he considers it home. His weekends are spent as far away from technology as possible either gardening or exploring all the Northwest has to offer. When the weather is right he and his wife go for meandering rides on his Kawasaki Vulcan. If the weather is on the wet side you can find him indulging his other passion, music. He plays the guitar and bass and likes to stay current on the local music scene.
Important Facts About Joe:
Cats or Dogs?
Best dish Joe makes:
Tri-tip on the grill
Do you recognize Joe? He is our one and only Professor Joe. You can check out last month’s Professor Joe webinar about fair lending compliance and register for the upcoming reporting webinar on April 18th.
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