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Our Story & Team

Our founder had been highly successful selling solutions for a major Salesforce Platinum Partner. He loved his team — some of the hardest working, finest problems solvers he‘d ever met — but he had had enough dealing with that firm’s big-company-bureaucracy clientele.

He wanted to build something different. The kind of company that he would want to work for. And that meant helping small- and medium-sized businesses deliver more profit to the bottom line and, non-profits, getting the maximum possible from the giving they received to fulfill their mission. An entrepreneur at heart, Scott had seen how poorly many implementations and integration projects were executed for lesser clients. He knew the fundamental flaws in process design robbed these organizations of the efficiencies they were seeking and had seen these sometimes cascade into larger, systemic problems. All because the systems they were using weren’t talking to each other and weren’t as automated as they could be. So, he decided to fix that—and Venn Technology was born.

We Are 

One team

Big picture thinkers

Problem solvers

Proven over and over

Unequalled

We Are Not

The lowest priced

Like the rest

Cookie cutter

Order takers

Okay with good enough

We Always

Do rigorous discovery

Take ownership

Find a better way

Provide more value

Pay our partners on time

We Believe

Right fit is the best fit

Process trumps technology

In continually learning

In continually sharing

In always doing the right thing

Get to know the team

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Scott Hollrah

Founder / Managing Partner

Scott Hollrah pops out of bed every morning invigorated knowing that he adds tangible value to his clients’ businesses. He finds it gratifying, too, that he gets to work with people that push him to be better each day, motivating him along the way. If Scott were a lyric it would be “Hello my friend, it seems your eyes are troubled, care to share your time with me?” If that sounds like someone who, first and foremost, is in the people business — that’s because it’s more who Scott is than what line of work he’s in.

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Chase Friedman

Managing Director

Chase Friedman is the type of guy that’s motivated every day knowing that his hard work not only provides for his family but that — bottom line — it helps the organizations he works with thrive at doing what they’re best at, not grunt work. If asked what quote summarized his outlook on life it would be: “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.”

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Bradley Delaune

Director of Integration Services

Bradley Delaune finds himself always motivated by the challenge to make the complex more approachable for his clients and seeing it work. To him, it’s about seeing that come alive. He tells others: “A dead thing can go with the stream, but only a living thing can go against it.” — G.K. Chesterton

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Samantha Young

Executive Assistant

Samantha loves helping the team at Venn be successful. She’s all about the collective wins. If she weren’t doing that, she’d be finding a way to live full time at Disney World. A girl’s gotta dream, right? She’s a firm believer that “Living Things Grow,” and thanks to her, we try to make sure we’re growing every day.

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Omar Khalik

Integration Consultant

Omar is the type who is always pushing for the best from himself. For his family, his friends, and his clients. It’s this type of focus that really helps makes Venn, Venn. Dedicated, and adventurous, Omar finds that “the possibility of having a dream come true is what makes life interesting.”

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Daniel Ging

Integration Consultant

Daniel is a big thinker. If it’s not the thrill and challenge of one day hiking across every continent, it’s the satisfaction of creating something new everyday. It’s that approach that makes him a great fit here at Venn. One of his favorite quotes is from Orson Scott Card — “Happiness is not a life without pain, but rather a life in which the pain is traded for a worthy price.” Read that again.

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Daksh Wadhera

Salesforce Consultant

Daksh not only brings a high level of Salesforce expertise to our team, he does it with passion knowing his work truly makes a positive impact. One of his favorite quotes is from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.: “The great thing in this world is not so much where you stand, as in what direction you are moving.” It’s this mindset which makes Daksh a key member of our team.

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Bobby Rhodes III

Sr. Salesforce Consultant

Bobby is another perpetual learner, which is why we’re so glad to have him in our ranks. He views all his experience as just building blocks for reaching higher heights, but it’s not all business with Bobby, it’s relationship, too. His favorite quote comes from the late Kobe Bryant: “ It’s the one thing you can control. You are responsible for how people remember you — or don’t. So don’t take it lightly.” We like us some Bobby.

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Brent Bertolio

Account Executive

Brent, a family man with five kids, is a guy motivated first by his role as a father, and second by what all go-getters are driven by—the challenge. He’s a natural relationship builder, which means that Brent’s role at Venn is tailor-fit, where he’s responsible for establishing and growing new relationships. If you don’t catch him jamming to the grunge greats of the 90s, you’ll find him on the road making business happen. Brent’s quote that best sums up his approach: go big or go home. It’s high risk, high reward.

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Bjørn Koding

Business Development Coordinator

Bjørn hails from Tallinn, Estonia, and wears multiple hats here at Venn (mostly fur). He’s got a knack for making the right connections and having the right conversations—which, in our business—is the name of the game. He’s a blast to have around the office and brings a fresh new perspective to the party. Now, if we can only get him to leave the thermostat alone (55° is a tad low for us Texans).