Wiredrive welcomes Paul Horn – Customer Advocate

At Wiredrive, we’ve always tried to address our customers’ needs by putting ourselves in their shoes. This year we went a step further and actually hired one of our customers!

As a producer at Wojahn Bros Music, Paul Horn was an ardent Wiredrive user. He became such a champion of the application that we brought him on board to help us create an even better experience for our users. As Wiredrive’s new Customer Advocate, Paul will be making sure all of our customers are truly thrilled with the Wiredrive service and are getting the maximum return on their investment.

As Paul put it, “Customers are great, but I want more diehard Wiredrive fans. My goal is to dole out at least one Wiredrive tattoo by the end of my first year … I hope they’ll let me expense the ink!”

Taylor Tyng

Co-Founder and CEO

Taylor has witnessed Wiredrive evolve from a resource management tool to changing the way creative people work around the world. One of Taylor’s primary tasks is allowing the company to scale while retaining its original values of innovation and curiosity. He received his B.A. degree from Skidmore College, and later went on to complete Stanford’s Executive Management Program for Growing Companies. Between spending time with his wife and two young kids, Taylor manages to play guitar, craft custom furniture, and enjoy California wine.

Taylor TyngWiredrive welcomes Paul Horn – Customer Advocate

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