- Specializes in delivering value to enterprise technology companies with go-to-market strategy, post-sale organizational models, and organic growth planning
- MBA from Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley with concentrations in Strategy and Technology
Dan advises clients on go-to-market strategy, post-sale organizational models, and organic growth planning. He specializes in delivering value to enterprise technology companies through financial modeling, stakeholder interviews, quantitative analysis, and due diligence efforts. Dan has worked on numerous subscription business model transformation and post-sale organizational model projects. He has deep experience working with companies in all phases of the customer lifecycle including early-stage startups, multi-billion-dollar Enterprise software providers, privately held legacy software providers, and Private Equity firms investing in the software space.
Dan joined Waterstone with four years of experience in technology sales, pricing, and strategy. He had previously worked in the internal strategy group of C3 IoT, a full-stack Internet of Things (IoT) development platform (PaaS) technology firm. In this role, he focused on core market growth, international go-to-market, and new market entry strategies. In addition, Dan spent several years serving in the US Navy as a Nuclear Engineer and Submarine Officer.
Dan received his MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley with concentrations in Strategy and Technology. He also received a certificate in Engineering and Business for Sustainability (EBS) from the College of Engineering. Dan earned a double major during his undergraduate education with a BS from the United States Naval Academy in Political Science (Honors) and a BS in Economics.