Our history of supporting championship sports teams with fail-proof solutions means we’re committed to operational perfection and being a reliable part of your team.
Revolutionize the way all companies manage Operational Performance and eLearning, particularly for teams that work on their feet.
PlayerLync is a modern software solution that integrates mobile learning, digital forms, mobile content management and daily operational performance management into one universal solution. It’s simple for users and easy to administer.
Through an underlying mobile content management platform, PlayerLync moves massive amounts of files on and off mobile devices efficiently, without impacting network bandwidth. Workers can access content offline, anywhere they need it.
Our customers span many industries, including professional sports franchises, top restaurant concepts, field services organizations, health care and global retail companies.
Co-Founder & CEO
Bob leads the PlayerLync team as President and CEO. He manages and oversees all aspects of the business. Most recently, Bob was Chief Operating Officer and Board Observer at Telesphere Networks, one of the largest privately held cloud communications companies in North America. He was responsible for all strategic and tactical initiatives within Operations, including product management and pricing, implementation, field operations, support, information management and development, and strategic customer relationships.
Before joining Telesphere, Bob was co-founder, President, and CEO of Unity Business Networks, an industry leader in Hosted PBX / Cloud Communication services to large multi-site businesses throughout the US. With his PBX & VoIP roots from AT&T (pre-Avaya) & Siemens, Bob has over 18 years of innovation and leadership within the converging communications marketplace. His world class financial, management, and sales skills led Unity to become the seventh “Fastest Growing” small company and sixth largest Internet service provider in the Denver area, which took leading positions in the Twin Cities and Portland metro areas. Paulsen leads by example and believes in a balanced lifestyle. He embraces this philosophy through his work with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the Food Bank of the Rockies and United Way.
Co-Founder & CTO
Greg drives the vision and product development of PlayerLync. With incredibly broad technical experience, Greg has the ability to bring concepts to life in a meaningful way. His personal touch and past successes guide prioritization of the team’s efforts based on customer input, proven strategies, and his unique intuition.
Greg has worked with Bob Paulsen, CEO of PlayerLync, since 1999 where the two met at AuraServ. Soon thereafter, Greg and Bob launched Unity Business Networks. For more than a decade and across several businesses, Greg has led all technical efforts, including network design, build out, and management. He’s also developed multi-language software required to automate business processes and complex systems integration in easy-to-use formats.
Co-Founder & CIO
Robert takes system scalability to another level. His deep understanding of the vast technology landscape makes him the ideal CIO, overseeing the concept-to-production development efforts at PlayerLync. With over 20 years of telecommunications and data networking experience, Robert’s network engineering and coding expertise is respected by multiple industry experts and patent holders.
Robert has been side-by-side with Bob & Greg since 2005 after leaving his post as Director of Engineering at ICG Communications. Through the years he has proven his capacity to lead a variety of organizations through all stages of development including design, architecture, testing, implementation and support. Robert possesses an outstanding ability to identify technology opportunities that lead to service improvement and cost savings.
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