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Ms. Julie Sue Auslander

Chief Cultural Officer and President

cSubs LLC

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cSubs LLC

155 Chestnut Ridge Road

Montvale, New Jersey 07645

United States

Company Description

cSubs is a woman-owned company with decades of industry experience. We have gained the trust and loyalty of hundreds of businesses by providing professional, customized programs and a level of service we believe is unmatched in the industry. To find out ... more

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Employment History

Assistant Principal and Curriculum Development Specialist

New York City Board of Education

Leadership Forum- At Large

Center for Women & Enterprise


Women Presidents' Organization Inc

WBENC Leadership Forum- Marketing Committee
Women's Business Enterprise National Council

Advisory Board Member
The Portable Playhouse Inc

Board Member
American Stage

Board Member
The Interior Design Institute



Pace University


Columbia University

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cSubs | Management [cached]

Julie Sue Auslander

Julie Sue Auslander President, Chief Cultural Officer
Julie Sue Auslander prefers to be known as the company's Chief Cultural Officer or Corporate Evangelist, avoiding the traditional "President" persona. These better reflect her commitment to a process of insight and discovery -- a process that shaped her role as a leader of a successful woman-owned business.
With a career that began as a teacher and evolved to Assistant Principal, Julie trod slowly into corporate America without the slightest notion her "baby" would develop into one of the fastest-growing companies in the country, ranking year after year in the Inc 5000, selected a "Top 50 Women Owned Business" in New Jersey. Many successful businesses grow from the founder's satisfying a personal need; with cSubs, Julie discovered a need to manage her own magazine subscriptions, and those of her friends and business associates. The concept grew organicatlly from the kitchen table, its form continually shaped by the emerging client needs and industry preferences.
The budding business began with Julie knocking on doors, mailing flyers, and making cold calls. She wanted to shape a business that would allow her to be her authentic self, provide for her family financially, and ensure her employees worked in an environment that delivered something far more than a "job. As in all startups, there were challenges at every turn, from money to medical coverage; Julie persevered, creating a platform for a business that would never be cookie-cutter, nor compromise its ethos of "doing well by doing good."
With a little luck and a guiding hand from a supportive purchasing agent, Julie opened her first big corporate account in 1986. The company grew steadily, managing subscription programs for corporate and professional subscribers, and negotiating successfully with publishers to reduce the amount of money her clients spent on books and periodicals. Today, cSubs has grown into a nationally recognized company serving Fortune 500 clients -- with unusual clarity of purpose, and a corporate ethos that binds employees and customers together, empowering both.
The company's core mantra is to bring value to its clients in the form of unprecedented service. Auslander developed a customer-centric ecosystem, listening to client needs with a careful ear, focusing on how the cSubs team can provide a collaborative and high-value service. Recognizing empowerment as a vital element of the modern business environment, Julie created a culture that fosters total employee engagement -- believing that if given what they need to succeed, her employees would drive the customer experience. This same culture of participation and contribution shared with her employees is shared among cSubs clients.
Julie is committed to her own principles of ethics and interest in the well being of others, treating her employees as though they were each valued clients; acknowledging them as sustainable resources. At a time when the phrase "corporate culture" barely existed, she created employment opportunities that would help balance work and life accordingly; offering progressive features like flex time to ensure members of the cSubs team would not miss a child's school play, basketball game or bedtime story.
Julie Auslander has been named "2008 Enterprising Woman of the Year" and made the Women's enterprise list of 2008 top business enterprises in the U.S. She earned her MA and MEd from Columbia University and has a BS from Pace University in New York. On a more personal note, she practices yoga, plays golf, and enjoys cooking for a vegetarian family.
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The Company You Keep
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2012 WBE Stars Recipient Biographies - Recognition - WBENC [cached]

The title Julie Sue prefers to the traditional corporate "President" gives some clue to how she has grown her business, quite literally, from the kitchen table. She prefers to be known as her company's Corporate Evangelist, or Chief Cultural Officer. "Culture is what directs all the employees' activities, what attracts people to want to do business with you," says Julie Sue. "Studies have shown companies that have a strong culture have stronger revenues."

The inspiration for her company, cSubs, grew out of necessity. Julie Sue discovered that a teacher's salary didn't have room for money to be wasted on magazines and publications, so she began managing her own subscriptions with card files on the kitchen table. Then, other teachers and friends asked her to do the same for them allowing the business to grow organically.
Julie launched cSubs, leveraging her understanding of how her idea could save millions, often wasted by large corporations on unwanted and duplicated publications and subscriptions. "Waste just makes me crazy, and when you go into large companies, you'll see huge amounts of written material sitting on their mailroom floor that's just undeliverable and that translates, in some cases, into millions of dollars of spend," Julie Sue says. "Inherent in the waste process is the duplicity of subscriptions and not knowing who's getting what, not having the ability to share, not having the ability that when an executive moves from point A to point B to transfer those subscriptions instead of just reordering them."
cSubs provides a web-based product, to manage all these subscriptions, newspapers, directories, site licenses, journals, e-content and databases for large companies. Proof that Julie Sue's money-saving idea works for large corporations is that she has a 99% retention rate of the client base of Fortune 500 companies that cSubs has built over 25 years.
In 1997, Julie Sue's company was one of the first certified WBEs. Since then, her company has been recognized with numerous prestigious business awards, but she is particularly proud of having won the Alfred P. Sloan award for business excellence and workplace flexibility, last year.

October 2011 [cached]

Julie Sue Auslander, President, cSubs, representing the Women Presidents' Educational Organization-NY,

2012 Womens Business Enterprise Stars - WBENC [cached]

Julie Sue Auslander, President, cSubs, representing the Women Presidents' Educational Organization-NY,

Auslander, cSubs ... [cached]

Auslander, cSubs president and chief culture officer, Redler, cSubs CTO and Annie Neubrech, COO and regional VP of SAP America, gave me some great tips on how non-technical founders can get the tech help they need in our wired world.

"Today almost every business is going to use technology to function optimally," says Auslander. Chances are, you have a website to market and sell or you're using technology internally to make systems flow more smoothly. Of the 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies, 39 planned to make capital investments in technology in 2016.
Find a guide
"Technical people are a breed unto themselves," says Auslander. "They speak their own language. Auslander found a guide to that world in Redler.
Whether you insource or outsource, "It's like dating," Auslander said.

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