In August of 2015, Executive Connection hosted a panel called, “Race Against the Machine” which focused on the acceleration of digital disruption to all business models. The participants on the panel included the CIO of Pepsico, the Market President of iHeartMedia and Dialexa’s COO, Brad Bush. The discussion hooked Kenton on Dialexa, “It was at that moment in time where I witnessed something great. Specifically, the overwhelming response from the crowd on what Dialexa was doing to really move the innovation needle.”
After spending considerable time with the Dialexa team, Kenton witnessed firsthand how Dialexa transforms businesses by solving complex technical problems. At the end of October of 2015, Kenton joined Dialexa as Senior Director of Sales. “It's been a long time since I've seen such a unique company. I'm very fortunate to be part of the coolest, most innovative technology company in the market.”
Why Dialexa and why Kenton Kisler? Because we're not in the business of normal, and neither is he. A connector of connectors, five words that best describe Kenton are integrity, energetic, committed, creative and fun. Whether professionally or personally, volunteering with his wife and two kid at The Texas Husky Rescue or as an active volunteer at his kids' school through the Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students), Kenton is inspired by his surroundings.
Before joining Dialexa, Kenton worked at other notable companies such as North Highland, Computer Science Corporation, and Fujitsu. “Kenton brings a wealth of understanding about the businesses challenges that leaders are facing,” said Brad Bush. “Every business is a technology business -- we are excited that Kenton has joined Dialexa to help us grow the business and serve more clients.”
If you have a product idea, Dialexa can make it a reality. Dialexa designs and develops hardware and software for a variety of platforms and technologies. We pride ourselves on solving hard problems, disrupting industries, and creating new business models to keep clients from becoming digitally obsolete.
To learn more about how we approach problem-solving for our customers, including our software development process, click the image below.