Jeff GordonVector Solutions CEO
Vector Solutions CEO Jeff Gordon has spent his career driving real-time intelligence solutions that enable growth for businesses. As a strong believer in customer focus, operational excellence, and innovation, he also places tremendous value on employees, simultaneously coaching and challenging them to reach full potential, and rewarding those who have truly impacted the customer’s success.
In past roles, Jeff was a key member of the launch team for PCS PrimeCo, which became an integral part of today’s Verizon Wireless. He also contributed to the growth of Convergys, then continued that success as the CEO of Syniverse, overseeing and driving significant company growth, including the largest acquisition in Syniverse’s history.
Rishi ChandnaManaging Director, Golden Gate Capital
Rishi Chandna is a Managing Director of Golden Gate Capital, which he joined in 2002. Mr. Chandna oversees the firm’s investments in the broader technology sector with an emphasis on enterprise software, technology-enabled services, business services, and information services. Prior to joining Golden Gate Capital, Mr. Chandna worked in the Los Angeles office of Bain & Company. Mr. Chandna has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Stewart BloomOperating Executive, Golden Gate Capital
Stewart Bloom is an Operating Executive with Golden Gate Capital focused on the software and business services sectors. He currently serves as Chairman of LiveVox. Mr. Bloom previously held posts as Chairman and CEO of Aspect Software and Escalate Retail, from its inception until the time of its merger transaction with RedPrairie. He has served on the Boards of Golden Gate Capital portfolio companies Infor and Symon Communications. Prior to Golden Gate Capital, Mr. Bloom held positions as Vice President Americas Technology Services for Capgemini and as Senior Vice President for Mainspring through its IPO and subsequent acquisition by IBM. Earlier in his career, Mr. Bloom was a Partner with Ernst & Young Management Consulting following its acquisition of Distributed Systems Solutions International (DSSI), where he was a Vice President and co-founder.