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During the years of 1991 through 1993, Mr. Kinsey served as Director of Channel Sales at Contact Software which was the original developers of ACT!.
During his tenure, Mr. Kinsey oversaw the distribution & retail divisions, which catapulted ACT! into the mainstream market and led to the technology acquisition by Symantec Corporation.
For six years, Mr. Kinsey held the position as Vice President of Sales for GoldMine Software Corporation.
During this period, Mr. Kinsey
managed the companies inside and field sales operations, value-added reseller channel, new business development and retail channels of distribution.
The excellence in sales model and aggressive revenue growth lead to the technology acquisition by Ixchange to form FrontRange Solutions.
In February 2001, Mr. Kinsey was hired into the position of Vice President of Strategic Sales for Interact Commerce Corporation.
In this position, Mr. Kinsey
was responsible for managing the enterprise account sales & technical teams which focused on the sale and delivery of SalesLogix.
In November 2002, Mr. Kinsey was recruited by Microsoft to head up the launch and field sales delivery of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
From July 2004 to present, Mr. Kinsey has held the position of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solution Specialist and is responsible for selling Microsoft Dynamics CRM into the Microsoft enterprise & small to medium size account base.
is the CRM community lead for Microsoft
Dynamics CRM within the United States.
He also sits on the Board of Advisors of TargetStream Technologies.
Currently, Mr. Kinsey lives in Lee's Summit, Missouri with his
wife and two daughters.
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Mr. Kinsey received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Functional Major, Marketing from Central Missouri State University in 1986.
CRM Resume - ACT!
, GoldMine Software, CrossTies, SalesLogix & Microsoft
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