Greg Gianforte, Right Now Technologies: Building a World-Class Business in Montana

Henderson, Christina
December 2013
Montana Business Quarterly;Winter2013, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p13
The article describes the success story of software as a service company RightNow Technologies, which was founded by software engineer Greg Gianforte in Montana. Gianforte's objectives for establishing the company is to lower the support and service costs of companies while improving customer experience. Several advantages for entrepreneurs in Montana who want to establish high-growth companies and attract talents include short commutes, affordable home prices and the lure of skiing and hiking.


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