How Saleswise hit $144K Revenue with 12 customers in 2022.
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In 2022, Saleswise revenue run rate hit $144K in revenue.
Saleswise hit $144K in revenue in 2017
Saleswise launched in 2015 with $0 revenue
Saleswise Funding History
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Saleswise raised a of $1.4M
Saleswise raised a of $3.2M
Saleswise has 11 total employees They have 12 customers
Total team size
Gregg Freishtat is a technology executive with over 20 years of experience leading innovative and transformative companies. He founded four venture-backed start-ups, all of which had successful exits. Deeply rooted in venture capital and management of internet technology companies, he has led several companies through acquisition and has had a hand in developing disruptive technologies in convergence of telecom/internet, personal finance/online banking, web based analytics and digital media/online marketing and currently relationship intelligence.
Freishtat is an active private equity investor, is the inventor on 11 patents, and has served on many BOD’s including: Telet, Proficient Systems, VerticalOne, Vertical Acuity, Marketworks, Relevant Knowledge, OutWeb, Camp Kudzu, Jewish Federation, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, S1, USA.net, Saleswise, Greensky Credit, and many others. Freishtat is also a frequent speaker at business and technology venues including Internet World, Comdex, CES, MIT Forum, Venture Atlanta, American Banker, Kellogg Business School, and many others.
Freishtat received an undergraduate degree from Boston University and was awarded his J.D. from the University Of Maryland School Of Law.
Specialties: Setting strategic direction and overseeing execution, growth and/or exit of Internet Technology businesses. Significant M&A, capital strategy, and board governance experience.
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