Lead411 showers more warmth to sunny San Francisco as they award the most innovative and fast-growing technology companies in the area. The “Hottest Companies in San Francisco” originated from a list of 2600, which was later cropped down to the top 80.
The team at Lead411 industriously searched a number of press releases, new office openings, venture capital fundings, and company launches among many others.
In order to qualify, the company must be part of the Software, Wireless, Internet, Hardware, or Media industry. In addition, it should have acquired more than $5 million in funding within the past two years, or have a 100% increase in revenues in the same time frame.
Coulomb Technologies has recently designated James Hanley as the company’s new vice president of worldwide sales and business development. Before he became part of Coulomb, he was with Force10 networks as President of Field Operations. Hanley will contribute to the team his more than two decades of experience in the high technology field. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
3VR recently welcomed Joe Boissy as their new chief marketing officer. Prior to joining 3VR, he was with IBM as their director of go-to-market strategy and industry marketing. Boissy will contribute to the team his comprehensive experience in the field of technology marketing. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Paul Klebs was recently named as the new aftermarket sales manager for Aqua-Aerobic Systems. Before he was appointed to this post, he was applications engineering manager. Klebs had been with Aqua-Aerobic Systems for 15 years. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.