|John formulated and
organized a distribution plan to market a small two-person
service-based company’s software and hardware product lines.
He immediately established 50 US-based
dealers, numerous VAR’s, and a European distributor with a negligible $10,000 investment.
The company’s first-year sales reached
$883,416. Sales rose
steadily thereafter, and by the 5th year were at
$2,406,021, a 172%
increase. The company maintained high profit margins.
In another instance, CTI acting as Interim
President and CEO for an emerging software company with flagging
sales and high debt, it took just 6 months post-consult and zero
cash infusion to get the company out of debt and yielding good sales
and profits. During the next 12 months the company generated nearly
$2M dollars in incremental sales, a 900% increase over original
figures. It brought in nearly $4M dollars the second year, and by
the 4th year was acquired by a large corporation.
helped another small communications software company with annual revenues
under $50K, increase software
sales to over $5M in just 3 years' time .
CTI introduced a high-speed version of
IBM’s 3780 protocol software which was oriented to high-speed line and
page printers. The package was tested, approved and purchased by
Northern Telecom and others for use with Data Products line printers.
In the 1994 - 2003 timeframe, this software
was sold to hundreds of major companies and agencies.
CTI also pioneered an innovative
Mailbox System to resolve many of the Internet’s and corporate
intranets’ speed and security issues, a system used by the
California-based Toyota Corporate Engineering Office. Another of
CTI's innovations included designing and implementing a PC/UNIX-based
Store-and-Forward mailbox system (to replace mainframe systems) used
to transfer computer-aided engineering drawings (CAD) files between
the Toyota Technical Engineering Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan and
their large Tier 1 supplier base.
Some of CTI's other notable achievements
include patenting the world’s fastest electronic solenoid actuators
(called Multinoids™ due to their unique multi-coil
configurations), as well as developing, engineering and patenting a
multi-protocol synchronous/async modem used widely by
Chrysler and Toyota suppliers.
CTI is currently expanding into the
AS2/AS3 communications market as well as establishing a Mexican
market for electronic invoicing into the Chrysler Corporation using the company’s new HTTP/s oriented