Tuangru acquires a leading DCIM software company
Jad Jabara, President & CEO of Tuangru, a leading marketplace platform for buying and selling data center technologies, combined with integrated SaaS applications like DCIM, to deliver greater cost control, visibility and management to data center operators joins Enterprise Radio.
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Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Jad Jabara discuss the following:
- Tell us about Tuangru. When was the company founded and what products and solutions do you provide to the marketplace.
- Who are some of your customers and can you cite a case study example of someone using your profit for IT efficiency.
- What are some of the important features that competitors may not have, in other words your lead differentiator?
- Recently you acquired a leading DCIM Software company called No Limits Software. What attracted you to the company that you felt was beneficial from a company standpoint.
- Is this your first acquisition?
- What does the acquisition mean from a business standpoint? Will the employees of No Limit still retain their jobs? Or what does this mean from a growth standpoint?
- Where do you see the company one year from now, you have experienced a lot of late with developments and also along with this acquisition—–Where does the company see itself one year from now?
- As an entrepreneur, what are three pieces of advice you can provide to other entrepreneurs that led to the success of your company?
- Any learning lessons or things you would do different?
Jad Jabara is the leader and Co-Founder of Tuangru. Prior to, Jad served as SVP of Finance and Administration at Peer 1 Hosting where he was responsible for finance, supply chain and IT. Tuangru is a leading marketplace platform for buying and selling data center technologies, combined with integrated SaaS applications like DCIM — to deliver greater cost control, visibility and management to data center operators. The company’s founders include former executives of Peer 1 Hosting, a hosting service provider that was acquired in 2013 by Cogeco Communications Inc. for $635 million.