Put simply: we help you treat people well.
“Ed Alexander is a leading edge sales and marketing technologist who understands the big picture when it comes to generating business.” – VP Sales, international SW company
“Fantastic job keeping our brand top of mind and engaged socially.” – Marketing Director, F/G500 client
“FanFoundry has been and continues to be our “go-to” as we transition to a cloud-based, data-driven infrastructure.” – CEO, global marketing agency
We help you treat people well by aligning the people, process and technology of your sales, marketing and service organization. With a number of company and product launches, F/G500 and SME growth stories and liquidity events to our credit, we have proven expertise in creating lasting, positive change.
We measure success the same way you and your customers do: long term value. Whether you prefer an advisory relationship, a direct contributor role or a project-based engagement, we organize to help your team exploit a niche and stand tall. Strong in brand activation, sales / marketing / service integration, community building, and all the tools, technologies and techniques that make those things happen, we help our clients treat people well.
Based in the heart of Boston’s technology corridor, with a global virtual team and diverse client experience worldwide, we tend to engage with clients who demonstrate and execute on a “triple bottom line”: people, planet, profit. You can read more about that at our Social Climate Group companion blog.
This blog is a forum for sharing our expertise and experiences with clients and friends. Material that appears here mainly reflects our opinions, research and experience. Any mention of client work is free publicity for them, and not part of any service agreement.
Some Current & Past Clients
DBM (acquired by Lee Hecht Harrison)
Consumer (Food & Beverage, Entertainment)
Financial (Banking, Finance, Insurance, Real Estate)
East Boston Savings Bank
Fleet Bank / Bank of America
State Street Bank
Healthcare, Medical & Life Sciences
New England Pathology (acquired by SmithKline)
XOSoft (acquired by Computer Associates)