Armistead Whitney

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Armistead Whitney

Armistead Whitney, CEO and Founder of Preparis, a company that provides services to help law firms, financial institutions and other businesses prepare for any threat including business continuity planning, emergency messaging, data protection & crisis management training joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Armistead Whitney discuss the following:

  • How is Preparis helping organizations such as law firms and financial institutions ready for unexpected disasters?
  • Tell me about your X-Force and how you found them.
  • What new threats are on the horizon in 2014?
  • What parts of your solution involve consulting and how much technology?
  • What has been the biggest lesson you’ve learned between being a business start-up and now experiencing double digit growth?

Duration: 14:38

As CEO, Armistead leads the strategic direction for Preparis with a passion for implementing innovative sales, marketing and partnership models in industries ripe for change. He has over 20 years of experience leading software, web services and digital media companies at organizations including iXL, Sekani and Nexedia which includes raising over $50 million in venture capital and a successful IPO.

He was inspired to start Preparis following his experiences in New York City during 9/11 where he saw firsthand the inability for companies to protect their people, operations, revenue and brand during a crisis event.



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