Who We Are

Solutions driven. Results focused.

Our culture is rooted in creating meaningful results for the customers we serve.

Driving results through experience.

We are passionate about using our experiences to help our customers succeed with the best results. We help you personalize your outreach and drive connections that help your business grow.

  • We are fair, honest, and even-handed in our dealings with others.
  • We have a sense of URGENCY for all matters related to our customers.
  • We own problems and are always responsive.
  • We are customer-driven.
  • We deliver what we promise in our business and personal relationships.
  • We always demonstrate commitment and diligence to our efforts.
  • We are always friendly, courteous and respectful.
  • We display TEAMWORK. Team members use words like “we”, not “I”. “It’s not my job” is not in our vernacular.

Sean Gordon

CEO

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Cam Lanier

Chairman

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Doug Danowski

COO

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Vishal Shah

CTO

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Rob Mills

CFO

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Heather Heebner

EVP - Human Resources

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Ashley Canei

Senior Director of Marketing

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Our Values

Every employee at vidREACH is charged with being a guardian of our Corporate Value System. These values guide both our business and personal relationships, and we take them very seriously. We believe that our dedication to the fundamental tenets of honesty, integrity, and fair business dealings will enable us to continue our long legacy of success.

  • We are fair, honest, and even-handed in our dealings with others.
  • We have a sense of URGENCY for all matters related to our customers.
  • We own problems and are always responsive.
  • We are customer-driven.
  • We deliver what we promise in our business and personal relationships.
  • We always demonstrate commitment and diligence to our efforts.
  • We are always friendly, courteous and respectful.
  • We display TEAMWORK. Team members use words like “we”, not “I”. “It’s not my job” is not in our vernacular.

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