Webcom Inc.

Location: 611 N. Broadway, Suite 102, Milwaukwee
Web site: www.webcominc.com
Year founded: 1997
Product or service offered: Quotation and workflow/case management software.

Leadership team: Aleks Ivanovic – CEO/founder; Chris Lesar – EVP; Milan Rajkovic – VP services; Zoran Simic – VP R&D; and Paul Sklba – VP sales.

Target clientele: Our target clientele are SMBs and divisions of the enterprise Global 2000 with complex products and services such as, product variability, sales hierarchy, discounting rules, pricing rules, document generation and channels.  Industries such as manufacturing, technology (hardware, software, services) and telecommunications are prime examples.

Business organization memberships: eInnovate.

What has fueled your company’s growth? Hiring the right people and leveraging key partnerships with companies like Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce.com. Also, never having a failed implementation leads to expanded opportunities with our existing clients.

What is the biggest obstacle to your company’s growth? Finding the right people and continued excellence in execution.

Do you plan any changes in your company in the upcoming months? We are actively recruiting sales people, project managers, product modelers and channel partners to continue our aggressive growth.

Who are the business people, locally or nationally, whom you admire? And what traits do those people exhibit that make you admire them? Michael Dell for a relentless focus on constantly improving efficiency. Steve Jobs for reinventing Apple and Larry Ellison for reinventing Oracle as an enterprise software powerhouse.

What is the outlook for the business conditions of your industry over the next several months? Our business outlook remains very robust. Customer-facing applications and tools that assist the sales force are top of mind applications. 


Congratulations from these strategic partners:


Randal J. Brotherhood, (414) 273-1300, www.mtfn.com

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