Phil Verghis CEO & Co-founder
I have devoted my career to taking care of customers and sharing what I learn with my peers and have the scars, the awards, a business school case study and a book to show for it. While this helped my career, the companies I worked for, and in my consulting days my clients, it hasn’t fundamentally changed what is possible for customer support. Too many ‘launch and leave’ projects. Too many ‘spray and pray’ approaches that created temporary gains that fizzled out in a few years. That’s why we founded Klever.
Together with our customers and partners, we will consistently set and re-set the bar for what’s possible in customer support. We believe the journey has just begun. And we can finally impact millions of people around the world.
Adam Krob CIO & Co-founder
I have worked in the IT, call center and customer support industry for 20 years in many different organizations, from small, boutique teams to large call centers. My focus has been on leading customers to sustainable, extraordinary outcomes by driving collaboration across cross-functional groups.
At Klever, I draw on industry best practices and innovative approaches to help service and support organizations align from executive vision to manager discipline and front-line execution.
Kajoli Gokarn Brand/Design & Co-founder
Over the last 25 years, I have worked around the world in international advertising agencies as well as done freelance work in graphics design.
At Klever, I work with a truly inspirational team of people to use visual design to make our solutions significantly better. My job is simplify everything we touch so that there is an emotional connection between our offerings and our client’s lives.
I’ve spent my career in a wide variety of sales, marketing and business development roles in the information technology space. In almost every instance, the role has come back to finding strong partnerships as they tend to emerge as the most cost-efficient and effective routes to market, especially for growing companies.
At Klever, I have been working on a number of opportunities to partner with both emerging and established players which we believe will lead to tremendous growth opportunities.
Martin (Marty) Coyne II
Advisor to CEO
Since leaving Kodak as an EVP a decade ago, Marty founded the CEO Learning Network. He works closely with a diverse group of corporate directors, CEOs, senior business executives and investors in roles as a board chair, lead director, director, committee member, senior executive and senior business advisor. He advises directors and CEOs, both new and those running billion dollar businesses, on how to improve their effectiveness and board relationships. He served as a director of Akamai Technologies since 2001, and was Lead Independent Director until 2013.
Bill Stockton Co-founder