By Gary Frisch
Dan Lammot of roundCorner Recognized for “Changing the Way People
Change the World”
PHILADELPHIA, April 13, 2015 – Entrepreneur Dan Lammot, founder and president of roundCorner, which provides constituent relationship management (CRM) solutions for nonprofit organizations, has been selected by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of its 2015 “40 Under 40” top business people in the region. The 39-year-old Lammot will be recognized at an awards banquet May 19, 2015, at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia.
40 Under 40 celebrates forty proven performers under the age of 40 in their respective industries and communities, who have helped shape the community in ways that have made Greater Philadelphia a better place to do business and live. The winners were selected by the editors of the Philadelphia Business Journal.
“It’s really great to be recognized, but none of my accomplishments could have come without the amazing team at roundCorner, and our customers who are doing great things,” said Lammot. “The Business Journal might make me the face of it, simply because I haven’t reached the big Four-Oh yet, but the honor belongs to a large group of people.”
Partnering with the Salesforce Foundation, roundCorner offers a technology suite aimed at purpose organizations, including nonprofits, foundations and institutions of higher education, helping them establish and maintain lifetime relationships with their constituents.
The Philadelphia Business Journal recognized Lammot for establishing a business based on “the notion that nonprofits and higher education institutions deserve access to the best assets and tools, giving them the greatest opportunity for mission achievement.” At the end of 2014, roundCorner served over 200 customers.
Prior to founding roundCorner in 2009, Lammot co-founded Okere, Inc., a leader in consulting services for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based CRM and other enterprise information solutions. He eventually sold Okere, Inc. to Fujitsu, and stayed with Fujitsu as a director of its SaaS customer service and support organization.
Lammot earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with honors from Villanova University, where he currently serves as an advisory board member for Villanova School of Business’ Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship. He has also completed studies at MIT Sloan, the Anderson School of Business at UCLA, and ESAN in Lima, Peru. An avid surfer, he and his family split their time between Villanova, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico.
Headquartered in the Greater Philadelphia area in Pennsylvania, roundCorner also has offices in New York City, Boston and San Francisco. For more information on roundCorner, visit www.roundcorner.com.
To view the entire list of 40 Under 40 honorees, visit the Philadelphia Business Journal.