Greg Gilmore

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Gregory Gilmore is the chief executive officer of Planview, and has been the driving force behind its market leadership for the past 19 years. Responsible for the operating strategies and integration of strategic acquisitions designed to expand the company’s global presence, bringing innovative products to market, and enhancing customer service, Greg has shepherded the company through its many phases of growth.

Greg is committed to fostering a culture of excellence coupled with a passion for customer success. The three value streams he created guide cross-organizational integration across all points of the customer lifecycle. Greg established the value-based team selling approach, enabling the Planview global sales organization to provide the most effective solutions to customer challenges. He also catalyzed the formation of a customer-centric organization for world-class support and service; and he advocated the development of the company’s unique Planview PRISMS and platinum service offerings.

Greg has more than 30 years of experience in sales, consulting, and operations management at organizations that include Ernst & Young, Texas Instruments, James Martin & Co, and ABT. He is active in business and charity communities; speaks and presents on business leadership; sits on the board of directors at Planview, is the former Chairman of the Board at Regent School of Austin, and is a former board member of the HillView Christian Ministries and Foundation for the Homeless. Greg received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Analysis from Texas A&M University.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Greg Gilmore and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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