Over the past few years, we have been networking, interacting and working with top Chief Execs, leading Venture Partners and reputed Software M&A Experts via our monthly business journal The Sterling Report.
The Sterling Report has now become one of the more widely read periodicals on leadership and strategy in enterprise software. The goal of this publication is to deliver insightful and practical information geared to outstanding leadership of software companies. This on-line journal is distributed to our private opt-in database of CEOs, investor partners, CIOs and software executives primarily in North America.
Interview features in the past have included Lee Roberts, CEO of FileNet Corporation; Oliver Curme, Battery Ventures, Glen Meahen, CEO of Freemarkets; Geoff Moore, Mohr-Davidow Ventures, Ray Ozzie, founder of Lotus; and Tom Noonan, and CEO of Internet Security Systems.
The Sterling Report is run by Sterling-Hoffman, a executive search firm. Founded originally within a larger staffing services incubator that itself dates back to 1975, Sterling-Hoffman was one of the first executive-search firms focused exclusively on software.
When the internet began to gain mass penetration with the arrival of the World Wide Web, Sterling-Hoffman expanded its practice to include internet applications & services. As we enter the 21st century, our belief that software will be the single most critical form of technology in the world economy's changing landscape is as strong as ever.
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