Analysis Paralysis

Analysis ParalysisEpisode 10
010 - Talking Copper (Formerly ProsperWorks CRM) w/ Brittany Perez
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010 - Talking Copper (Formerly ProsperWorks CRM) w/ Brittany Perez
By Alex Bass • View the Website

Wanting to run or work for a startup is a common goal nowadays. New companies are launched all the time, led by founders who hope to move quickly and grow fast. But as we all know, not all are successful. Why is this? Why do some succeed and others fail?

Brittany Perez, who leads the account management team at Copper, is familiar with these questions. She left a comfortable position at a well-known company (Intuit) to work at Copper, and since joining the team, they’ve grown from 28 employees to hundreds, and have raised just under $100M in venture backing.

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Wanting to run or work for a startup is a common goal nowadays. New companies are launched all the time, led by founders who hope to move quickly and grow fast. But as we all know, not all are successful. Why is this? Why do some succeed and others fail?

Brittany Perez, who leads the account management team at Copper, is familiar with these questions. She left a comfortable position at a well-known company (Intuit) to work at Copper, and since joining the team, they’ve grown from 28 employees to hundreds, and have raised just under $100M in venture backing.

Wanting to run or work for a startup is a common goal nowadays. New companies are launched all the time, led by founders who hope to move quickly and grow fast. But as we all know, not all are successful. Why is this? Why do some succeed and others fail?

Brittany Perez, who leads the account management team at Copper, is familiar with these questions. She left a comfortable position at a well-known company (Intuit) to work at Copper, and since joining the team, they’ve grown from 28 employees to hundreds, and have raised just under $100M in venture backing.

In this episode, Brittany discusses: why she decided to leave Intuit for the risky startup space and take a chance on Copper; the difficulties female sales representatives must face in a heavily male-dominated space; and what made her fall in love with Copper after using Salesforce for most of her career.

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What is Analysis Paralysis?

Business process design is one of the most important aspects of scaling a business. However, it’s oftentimes overlooked by companies in the SMB space. This podcast sets out to accomplish two main things: We talk about all things process: CRM, workflow, automation, and efficiency. We chat with industry and automation experts regarding the ever-changing software landscape, and best practices you can leverage to grow your business. This is Analysis Paralysis, where we analyze so you don’t have to be paralyzed.