Dan Cook named as President for PDQ.com

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PDQ|December 7, 2020
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    We are excited to announce a new addition to the PDQ.com Team, Dan Cook.

    "Dan's an absolute culture fit, and when you combine that with his proven ability to scale tech companies, we have the beginning of something really amazing," said Anderson.

    Prior to joining PDQ.com, Dan's career began working for Piper Jaffray, a middle-market investment bank in San Francisco, where he helped advise tech companies to raise capital or go public. He later joined Polaris Venture Partners, a Boston-based Venture Capital firm, where he was responsible for sourcing and executing investments in growth-focused technology companies.

    After receiving an MBA from Harvard Business School, Dan joined Lucid Software, a Utah based SaaS business. As Chief Revenue Officer at Lucid, Dan led the company's go-to-market efforts. Under Dan's leadership, Lucid surpassed $100 million in revenue, expanded internationally with offices in Amsterdam and Melbourne, and built an industry-leading customer acquisition strategy. 

    "Dan has helped to scale tech companies in the past, and we're excited to have him take the helm at PDQ.com," said Anderson. "Dan has what it takes to lead PDQ.com to the $100,000,000 - $200,000,000 million annual revenue threshold. We're excited to have him on board.” 

    PDQ.com is a rapidly growing software company that develops deployment and inventory software. It allows system administrators to maintain their network’s security by keeping installed applications patched and up-to-date while also automating the process. 

    PDQ Deploy and PDQ Inventory products have quickly spread worldwide and continually prove to be user-friendly applications that install quickly and are affordable to small businesses.

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