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The Great Return Has Become “The Great Wait”(3)

Fire Up Your WebCam and See Why VERB Technology Company, Inc. Could Become The Next Zoom On Steroids

The Top Reasons VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) Could Power the Modern Economy

  1. Thanks to a resurgence in the health predicament, the remote economy could be here for the long haul. Remote work, even before we were forced into it, was soaring by 400% over the last decade.(1) Now, in 2021, 1 in 4 Americans work remotely according to Upwork.(2) Major corporations are also delaying the return to in-person work, with Google becoming the latest, following giants like Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Starbucks.(3)
  2. This “remote ecosystem” has created potentially lucrative openings for sectors like Livestream eCommerce, Video Conferencing, CRM, and Online eLearning.
  3. VERB’s SaaS platform is based on proprietary interactive video technology. It’s comprised of four suites of sales enablement business software products offered on a subscription basis- verbLIVE (Interactive Livestream eCommerce and Video Webinar application), verbCRM (Customer Relationship Management application), verbTEAMS (a Self On-boarding version of verbCRM with built-in verbLIVE and Salesforce synchronization for small businesses and solo entrepreneurs), and verbLEARN (Learning Management System application).(10)
  4. VERB also recently launched verbMAIL, which integrates its video technology with Microsoft Outlook. It could be on the cusp of revolutionizing email for an addressable market of potentially 1 billion users.(10)
  5. The VERB stock rallied approximately 331.52% between May 17, 2021, and Jul 15, 2021. After pulling back, it went on another run of approximately 19.02% between Aug 17, 2021, and Sept 10, 2021.(5) Its latest earnings report also reported blowout SaaS recurring revenue growth Year-Over-Year and Quarter-Over-Quarter(8). Moreover, it may have a twelve months upside (analyst target) of roughly 106.2%.(7)

That whole getting back to normal thing isn’t going so well, is it?

Things were trending in the right direction, offices were ready to welcome employees back, and the 2nd half of 2021 was primed to look more like 2019 than 2020.

Then, the vaccines started losing their efficacy. A little pain in the you-know-what named Delta then came to the party drunk and uninvited and threatened to fight our normalcy.

This whole working and living remotely thing? It’s not going anywhere anytime soon.

Even before stay-at-home became a thing, remote work already soared by 400% in the past decade.(1)

Now, according to an Upwork survey, 1 in 4 Americans in 2021 work remotely.(2)

Plus, major companies are delaying the return to in-person work thanks to a resurgence in the health scare. Google became the latest company, following giants like Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Starbucks to delay its return-to-office plan. Google pushed its reopening date to January 2022. This comes after planning its return for October, which was a delay from September, which was a delay from July 2021.(3)

According to Kate Bullinger, CEO of management consultancy firm United Minds, the string of events has officially turned return-to-office plans into “The Great Wait.” As of late August, 66% of organizations are delaying office reopenings, according to a Gartner survey of 238 executive leaders.(3)

This is only one facet of virtual life that could be here for the long haul. We have an entire remote and online economic ecosystem that’s been constructed and really works well, in all honesty. Would it actually benefit society if the old normal returned in full?

Look at some of these sectors in the remote-work economy.(4)

  • Livestream eCommerce- Worth roughly $120B in 2020
  • Video Conferencing- Could be worth approximately $50B by 2026
  • CRM could be worth about $80B by 2025
  • Online eLearning may be projected to reach roughly $375B by 2026

We’ve seen how platforms perfectly positioned for this remote world have flourished in the last year: Zoom, SalesForce, WebEx, Slack, and more.

VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) could follow in these companies’ footsteps. Yet, VERB is doing it differently, aggressively, and with potential competitive edges. It is multi-faceted with proprietary technology and could be at a ground floor positioning to not only help now- but shape the future.

At this rate, the “old normal” may never come back or, at the very least, look very different than it once did. Undoubtedly, though, as people, we’ve gotten so used to this “new normal”- and it’s working. You can count on VERB Technology being right there in the thick of it, powering it for decades to come.

VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) A Hot Summer With More Potential To Come

It’s been a hot summer, and the VERB stock has behaved accordingly. It’s gone on several scorching runs since the month of May.

After touching a low of $0.92 on May 17, 2021, the stock promptly more than tripled 331.52% to its Jul 15, 2021 peak of $3.97. Then, after experiencing a pullback below its 200-day moving average on Aug 17, 2021, the stock started sparking again. It may have started a bit of an uptrend, moving roughly 19.02% to its Sept 10, 2021 close of about $1.94.(5)

Is it a coincidence that these rallies have coincided with a resurgence in the health scare? Possibly. But all we know is that this company is built for how our society will function in the future. Suppose the remote economy continues to shape the “new normal.” In that case, there’s reason to believe that the stock could retest those prior peaks and then some.

As of Sept 13, 2021, it has many bullish technical indicators for the short-, mid-, and long-term, too, such as its 20 – 100 Day MACD Oscillator, 20 – 200 Day MACD Oscillator, 50 – 100 Day MACD Oscillator, 50 – 150 Day MACD Oscillator, 50 – 200 Day MACD Oscillator, 100 Day Moving Average, 150 Day Moving Average, 200 Day Moving Average, 100 – 200 Day MACD Oscillator.(6)

According to Finbox, its latest twelve months upside (analyst target) may also be roughly 106.2% (as of Sept. 13).(7)

To put that in perspective, this could possibly exceed peak analyst targets for larger, more established companies like the following:


When you take a more in-depth look at VERB’s potential competitive analysis, this does not seem so far-fetched.

Yet, there’s even more to love about this company from the fundamental side.

Its latest twelve months gross profit margin, for one, is approximately 50%.(7)

But that figure does not do the company justice after the jaw-dropping numbers it reported during its latest earnings report from Aug 16, 2021.(8)

  • Total SaaS recurring revenue (a component of Total Digital revenue) was $1.6 million, up 26% year over year and up 10% over Q1 2021.
  • As a percentage of Total Digital revenue, SaaS recurring revenue was 88%, compared with 76% for the same period last year and up over the 81% we reported in Q1 2021.
  • Total Digital revenue of approximately $1.8 million, up 8% year over year.
  • The combined revenue of approximately $2.4 million represents the 10% growth in VERB’s SaaS recurring revenue over the last quarter and 26% over the previous year.
  • Added 12 new client contracts with a guaranteed base value of $715,000 and expected annual recurring revenue of $405,000. However, those numbers do NOT include the expanded revenue VERB expects to recognize from existing clients who have recently launched. Nor does it account for those about to launch verbLIVE with Attribution, which should add not less than an additional $1 million, conservatively, in annual recurring revenue.
  • Total user downloads now stand at 2.8M, up more than 75% over the 1.6M reported in the same period last year and up from approximately 2.0M as of May 13, 2021, representing an increase of 40% in just the last year 90 days.

Not to mention, VERB also announced the launch of 3 New ‘Hyper Growth’ Products:(8)

  • verbMAIL video email solution for Microsoft Outlook – Gmail version coming.
  • A powerful Attribution feature added to verbLIVE creating an affiliate marketing component, increasing the total addressable market exponentially.
  • PULSE, an AI/BI-based feature set that tracks prospect interactions then educates salespeople while it automates the selling process.

The company also engaged Truist Securities to advance its Acquisition Strategy,(11) which could come at a very opportune time.

Not too shabby for a company ranked #1 among sales platforms for direct sales by a leading industry publication, a company that has more than 140 enterprise clients in 60 countries and 48 languages, and a company with more than 25,000 Apple App Store & Google Play Store Ratings at a 4.9 Star Avg.(8)

So let’s get to know this company a little better and see what all this excitement could be about.

Who is VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB)?

VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) transforms how businesses attract and engage customers. The company’s Software-as-a-Service, or SaaS, platform is based on its proprietary interactive video technology. It comprises a suite of sales enablement business software products offered on a subscription basis.

Its software applications are available in over 60 countries and in more than 48 languages. It caters to large enterprise and small business sales teams alike, who need affordable, easy-to-use, and quick-to-get-results sales tools. VERB continues to add new verticals and markets and has more international expansion plans underway.(4)

Available in both mobile and desktop versions, VERB’s applications are offered as a fully integrated suite, as well as on a standalone basis and include:(4)

  • verbLIVE (Interactive Livestream eCommerce and Video Webinar application)
  • verbCRM (Customer Relationship Management application)
  • verbTEAMS (a Self Onboarding version of verbCRM with built-in verbLIVE and Salesforce synchronization for small businesses and solo entrepreneurs)
  • verbLEARN (Learning Management System application)

Recently, VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) launched verbMAIL, an interactive video mail solution integrated seamlessly into Microsoft Outlook.(9)

With these applications, VERB has built itself into potentially the #1 sales enablement tool for direct sales, the #1 mobile CRM for modern-day sales, and the #1 mobile sales platform for medical device sales.(12) It’s also evolved into an essential tool for entrepreneurs, and as potentially a top live eCommerce platform potentially boosting revenue by 10X.(12)

Not to mention, its interactive video technology is also fully able to be integrated into other popular Enterprise CRMs such as Salesforce and Microsoft.(10)

Moreover, VERB’s enterprise customer base has some extremely impressive names, to say the least:

verbLIVE (Interactive Livestream eCommerce and Video Webinar application)(10)

VERB’s verbLIVE platform combines the best features of popular webinar and video conference platforms such as Zoom, Facebook-Live, and WebEx, with Shopify.

What does that mean?

Users can potentially add interactive in-video eCommerce capabilities – including in-video Shopify carts – to live stream in-video eCommerce webinar broadcasting.

Think QVC for the new generation.

How this works is that webinar hosts can select interactive icons that appear on all viewers’ screens and provide in-video click-to-purchase capabilities for products or services featured in the live-stream video broadcast.

This type of Live Streaming eCommerce drives revenue through real-time friction-free selling. It provides real-time viewer engagement data and interaction analytics as well.

The platform is also entirely browser-based, works on all devices, has no software download required, and is secured through end-to-end encryption.

The growth potential here is enormous. In China, as of 2020, live stream shopping total sales reached $136B+ and saw a 453% three-year growth rate.(10)

Consider this, though. The U.S. live eCommerce market is in its infancy, and verbLIVE is angling to become the face of it. This frontier market for live eCommerce has yet to be tapped. However, all of the catalysts seem to be in place for the industry to blow up.

verbCRM (Customer Relationship Management application)(10)

VERB’s innovative verbCRM platform combines CRM lead-generation, content management, and in-video eCommerce capabilities in an intuitive, powerful tool for inexperienced and highly skilled sales professionals alike.

This platform can potentially enable users to quickly and easily create, distribute, and post videos with on-screen clickable icons. Prospects or customers can click on products featured in videos and potentially purchase while the video is playing, or click on a calendar icon in the video to make an appointment eliminating friction from the sales process.

The analytics for this look crazy too. Proprietary data collection/analytics inform users in real-time when and for how long their prospects have watched a video, how many times they watched it, and what they clicked on. This allows users to focus their time and efforts on ‘hot leads’ or interested prospects rather than wasting time with clutter. Users can create hot lead lists by merely “swiping right or left” with easy on-screen navigation.

Many users who have used this platform have experienced stunning results too. Many claimed to have seen spectacular 600% growth in sales conversion rates and roughly 3300% increases in retention rates.(10)

verbLEARN (Learning Management System application)

The verbLEARN platform is an interactive gamified learning management system (LMS) geared to corporate sales managers and educators for training and education. It incorporates all of the clickable in-video technology featured in verbCRM. For now, the technology is adapted for use by educators or for enterprises. For educators, it’s used for video-based education. For enterprises, it aims to help educate large sales teams or a customer base about new products or elicit in-video feedback about existing products.

Like verbCRM, verbLEARN incorporates VERB’s proprietary data collection and analytics capabilities. It informs users in real-time about when and for how long the viewers watched the video, how many times they watched it, and what they clicked on.

verbTEAMS (a Self Onboarding version of verbCRM with built-in verbLIVE and Salesforce synchronization for small businesses and solo entrepreneurs)(10)

VERB’s verbTEAMS takes everything that VERB has already done and takes its potential to a new level. This is a new, highly scalable sales enablement platform for entrepreneurs and small businesses. It can now be fully bundled and included with verbLIVE and is available on both mobile and desktop with 1-click sync to Salesforce. This makes it even easier to deliver the right content, to the right people, at the right time.

This platform allows sales and marketing teams to easily share and deliver content to their sales reps while gaining access to usage metrics. Content can be shared from a central location without any different confusing versions of the material. Users can also upload training, sales, and product content to verbTEAMS, add team members, review user activity, display it in an at-a-glance analytics dashboard. They can also understand exactly how useful each asset is and how to best follow up.

What makes this so special and unique, though, is it is highly scalable with self-sign-up, self-onboarding, and self-configuring. It’s also fully customizable, with the option to add logos and colors to create a branded experience for every user and customer to share and view content.


verbMail is VERB’s newest offering. This takes VERB’s interactive video eCommerce technology and integrates it with Microsoft Outlook.(10)

With an addressable market of potentially 1 billion users worldwide,(10) verbMail could be the future of email.

With verbMail, users can create and send interactive videos directly from their Outlook account in a matter of clicks. When composing an email, all you have to do is select the verbMAIL add-in, choose whether to record or upload a video, add your interactive buttons, and send.(13)

This platform is fully designed to inspire action while a user’s contact interest is highest. Interactions allow recipients to schedule a demo, view a product listing, open a PDF, connect via social, and more, all without ever leaving the video.(13)

Key features include:(13)

  • Send videos directly from Outlook from your personal video library or create a new one for each customer.
  • Add interactive buttons in just a few clicks.
  • Place calls to action directly within your content–whether that’s asking for a response, scheduling a meeting, sending a white paper, checking out a quote, or more.
  • Get notified when someone watches your video.

Meet VERB Technology Company, Inc.’s U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) Incredible Management Team

An expert management team focused on both the present and the future is vital to steer the ship of a growing innovator like VERB Technology. Read about the company’s management team, and it’s impossible not to get excited about the possibilities.

Rory J. Cutaia, CEO, President & Chairman

Rory J. Cutaia began his career as an attorney at a major NYC law firm, representing world-renowned entrepreneurs. With that background, Mr. Cutaia left the practice of law. He set out to change the telecom industry’s landscape through a tech company startup he founded called Telx. Telx became the internationally recognized leader in the data center sector and still the de facto standard by which the world’s telecom carriers interconnect with one another. Mr. Cutaia assembled a top management team. Over only 6 years, he took the business from a startup to a successful sale and liquidity event priced at more than $215 million in cash, returning 18x invested capital to early investors.

As Founder, President, CEO, and Chairman of Telx, Mr. Cutaia provided the vision for the company’s strategic goals and objectives. Operating the business like a public reporting company, he created the processes by which he and his management team crafted the company’s business plan and then led the company through its virtually flawless execution. He personally identified, negotiated, and oversaw the successful integration of acquisitions. At the same time, he engineered and implemented the policies, procedures, and processes that drove double-digit organic growth year over year. A genuinely hands-on CEO, Mr. Cutaia built a sales team, a marketing team, as well as technical support, customer satisfaction, HR, and finance departments. By employing new and innovative marketing strategies, Mr. Cutaia drove revenue, beat EBITDA targets, and created an international reputation for Telx as the “best of the best”. Telx was sold again in 2015 for approximately $1.9 Billion.

After the sale of Telx, Mr. Cutaia became a partner and entrepreneur-in-residence at an NYC-based private equity fund. He created several other ventures, including a new technology to clean up toxic coal waste sites. He then launched a next-generation, fiber-optic network constructed along with railroad rights of way, a ground-breaking, innovative deal he personally negotiated. Now, as Founder & CEO of Los Angeles-based VERB, Mr. Cutaia has created what has been called the best new platform for consumer brand activation, CRM, and sales lead generation. Mr. Cutaia conceived the VERB concept, created the company’s business plans and marketing strategies, and with more than $2.8M of his own capital invested, personally financed R&D and all startup costs. As CEO, Mr. Cutaia provides the vision and leadership for the management team, establishes the goals and objectives for the company and the policies and procedures by which they are executed. All while remaining keenly focused on building stockholder value.

Jeff Clayborne, Chief Financial Officer

Jeff Clayborne is Chief Financial Officer at VERB. Mr. Clayborne is an experienced finance professional with a proven record of driving growth and profit for both Fortune 100 as well as startup companies. He brings more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of strategy, finance, business development, negotiation, and accounting. Mr. Clayborne earned his MBA from the University of Southern California with high honors. He began his career as a CPA at McGladrey & Pullen, then KPMG Peat Marwick. He then moved on to senior finance positions at The Walt Disney Company, including Senior Finance Manager at Walt Disney International. He oversaw financial planning and analysis for the organization in 37 countries. After that, Mr. Clayborne accepted a position at Universal Music Group. There, he was Vice President, Head of Finance & Business Development for Fontana. He managed the financial planning and analysis of the sales and marketing division and led the business development department.


Honorable Phillip J. Bond, Member of the Board of Directors, Governance & Nominating Committee Chair

Phil Bond is President of Government Relations at D.C. consulting firm Potomac International Partners, Inc.

Mr. Bond is the former Undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce for Technology, a position he held from 2001 to 2005. He also served as Chief of Staff to Commerce Secretary Donald Evans during the period 2002 to 2003. In his dual role, Mr. Bond worked to advance America’s technological leadership at home and worldwide. He oversaw the operations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Office of Technology Policy, and the National Technical Information Service. During his tenure, the Technology Administration was the pre-eminent portal between the federal government and the U.S. technology industry.

Mr. Bond also held positions at Monster Worldwide, the world’s largest online career site, as Senior Vice President of Government Relations and General Manager of Monster Government Solutions. Mr. Bond also served as Director of Federal Public Policy for the Hewlett-Packard Company; Senior Vice President for Government Affairs and Treasurer of the Information Technology Industry Council; as Chief of Staff to the late Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn (R-WA); as Chief of Staff and Rules Committee Associate for Congressman Bob McEwen (R-OH); and a role as Special Assistant and a role as Principal Deputy Assistant of the Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs.

Mr. Bond is a graduate of Linfield College in Oregon. During his 25-plus year career in Washington, Mr. Bond has been recognized for his leadership roles in the Executive branch, on Capitol Hill, at major high technology companies, and most recently as the CEO of TechAmerica, the largest technology advocacy association in the U.S. His professional accolades include:

  • Named to the Federal 100, the annual listing by Federal Computer Week of the most influential people in government technology.
  • Named one of the Top 50 Tech Leaders of 2003 by Scientific American magazine for his policy leadership around nanotechnology.
  • Elected Deputy Chair of the World Information Technology and Services Alliance, a federation of more than 70 national technology associations worldwide.
  • Named a Tech Titan in Washingtonian Magazine’s annual listing of tech leaders.
  • Recognized by Roll Call, the Capitol Hill newspaper, as one of The Fabulous Fifty, a listing of the most powerful staff in Congress.

James P. Geiskopf, Member of the Board of Directors/Lead Director

James P. Geiskopf became a director of VERB in May 2014 and serves as an independent director and the Chair of the Compensation Committee. Mr. Geiskopf has 32 years of experience leading major organizations. He was the former President and Chief Executive Officer of Budget Rent-a-Car of Fairfield, California, until 2007, when Mr. Geiskopf sold the franchise. Mr. Geiskopf served on the Board of Directors of Suisun Valley Bank and the Board of Directors of Napa Valley Bancorp. Since 2014, Mr. Geiskopf has served as Lead Director on the Board of Directors of CurrencyWorks, Inc., a public company quoted on the OTC Markets Group Inc.’s OTCQB tier.

Kenneth S. Cragun, Member of the Board of Directors/Audit Committee Chair

Ken Cragun joined our Board of Directors on Sept 10, 2018. He was appointed Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation, Governance, and Nominating Committees. Mr. Cragun has over 30 years of finance experience, leading significant financing transactions, including IPOs, acquisitions, executing integration strategies, and building teams in more than 20 countries. His area of focus has been in the technology and digital marketing sectors, including SaaS model software companies, with CFO experience in multi-national businesses of up to $600 million in annual revenue.

Mr. Cragun served as Chief Financial Officer of several NASDAQ-listed companies: Local Corporation, from April 2009 to September 2016, which operated, a top 100 website; Modtech Holdings, Inc., from June 2006 to March 2009, a supplier of modular buildings; and CorVel Corporation, from January 2018 to September 2018, a $1.1B market cap company and a nationwide leader in technology-driven risk management programs. Since October 2018, Mr. Cragun has served as the Chief Accounting Officer of DPW Holdings, Inc., a diversified holding company. Since January 2019, Mr. Cragun has served as the Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for Alzamend Neuro, Inc., a biopharma company. Mr. Cragun also serves as a partner of Hardesty, LLC, a national executive services firm. He has been a partner of its Southern California Practice since October 2016.

Mr. Cragun has broad business knowledge combined with strong technical skills related to GAAP accounting and SEC reporting. Mr. Cragun is a two-time finalist for the Orange County Business Journal’s “CFO of the Year – Public Companies.” Mr. Cragun is also a CPA and began his professional career at Deloitte. Mr. Cragun earned his BS in Accounting from Colorado State University-Pueblo and his AAS in Business Management from Brigham Young University-Idaho.

Nancy Heinen, Member of the Board of Directors  

Nancy Heinen spent more than 25 years in senior executive roles in Silicon Valley, including as Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary of Apple, Inc. She now acts as a board member, investor, strategy consultant, and startup advisor. Nancy’s career began in private law practice. Subsequently, she was Associate General Counsel at Tandem Computers, Inc. and General Counsel of NeXT Software, Inc.

In 1997 Steve Jobs recruited Nancy as a key member of the small executive team at Apple that turned around Apple’s struggling computer business. This team led its successful emergence as a consumer product powerhouse while creating a safe and legal digital marketplace and building out Apple retail stores. Her worldwide responsibilities at Apple included all legal matters, including intellectual property, litigation, acquisitions, corporate governance, and securities compliance, as well as global government affairs and corporate security. She also led the Human Resources organization on an interim basis.

Since leaving Apple, she has used her in-depth experience across corporate, government, and philanthropic sectors to help entrepreneurs and nonprofits build and scale innovations to tackle pressing social and environmental challenges at home and globally. Nancy serves as Board Chair of both Teen Success, Inc. and First Place for Youth and is a Board member and past Board Chair of SV2 – Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund. She serves on advisory boards including Illuminate Ventures, University of California, Berkeley Center for Law and Business, and the Northern California Innocence. Nancy earned her B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley. Nancy has been recognized as a Silicon Valley Woman of Influence, received SV2’s Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Social Impact Award and PACT’s Mike Hackworth Top Community Builder Leadership award.

Judith Hammerschmidt, Member of the Board of Directors

Judith Hammerschmidt, 65, of Durham, North Carolina, and Washington, DC, has spent her last 37 years as an international attorney, general counsel, and corporate board member. She began her legal career as a Special Assistant to two consecutive Attorney Generals of the United States. She focused on international matters of interest to the U.S. government, including negotiating treaties and agreements with foreign governments. After that, she joined Dickstein, Shapiro & Morin, LLP, a Washington, DC firm where she represented companies worldwide as they expanded internationally in highly regulated environments. Her clients included Guess?, Pfizer, Merck, The Receiver for BCCI Bank of the United Arab Emirates, Recycled Paper Products, Inc, Herbalife International, and more. She provided structuring, growth, and regulatory advice for these and other companies. She joined Herbalife International as Vice President and General Counsel of Europe in 1994, becoming Executive Vice President and International Chief Counsel in 1996., with responsibility for 60 countries. In 2002 she was part of the management group that sold Herbalife. Since then, she has served as outside counsel to a series of direct selling companies looking to expand domestically and internationally. She has particular expertise in compensation plans, regulatory challenges, and international expansion. She continues to advise companies in the industry as part of her practice today.


Jim DuBois

Jim DuBois served as Chief Information Officer at Microsoft from May 2013 through September 2017. He was responsible for building, securing, and running Microsoft’s internal systems. During his 25-year tenure at Microsoft, Mr. DuBois also led Microsoft’s application, infrastructure, and security teams. He also authored a critically acclaimed book about the lessons he learned during Microsoft’s transformation under CEO Satya Nadella: Six Word Lessons to Think Like a Modern-Day CIO. Before joining Microsoft, Mr. DuBois held senior executive positions at Accenture. Mr. DuBois has degrees in Computer Science and Business from the University of Washington.

Mory Watkins

Mory Watkins is a senior strategic financial executive and CFO with extensive successful experience in SaaS, high-growth, private equity-backed, and venture-backed companies and the development and execution of successful roll-up strategies. His background includes extensive M&A and corporate development work at four public companies, including new investment and portfolio company work at a private equity fund. Mr. Watkins is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, where he earned an MBA in finance and accounting.

Sim Farar

Sim Farar is the Chairman of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. He is a managing member of JDF Investments Company, LLC, specializing in corporate development and financing merger transactions. For over 30 years, Mr. Farar has been a key figure in Los Angeles, serving on the board of directors of several companies. In 2002, Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn appointed Mr. Farar to serve as a commissioner for the $12 billion Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension’s Trustee Fund.

In 2001, he was appointed to the Woodrow Wilson Council, the private sector advisory board of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC. In 1999, he was appointed by President Clinton and confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as the United States Representative to the 54th General Assembly at the United Nations in New York City. In 1994, Mr. Farar received a Presidential appointment to the Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, DC.

Lewis Jaffe

Lewis Jaffe has created over $1 billion in shareholder value during his roles as both a CEO and a board member at numerous public companies. He has conceived and executed successful growth strategies. His notable roles and accomplishments include: CEO, PictureTel, a NASDAQ-listed video-conferencing company; CEO, Oxford Media, where Mr. Jaffe’s growth initiatives resulted in Oxford Media becoming the second-largest video-on-demand provider; Founder, MovieMe, the world’s first ultra-fast download service for Hollywood video content; President, Verso Technologies (VRSO); Former Lead Independent Director of Benihana (BNHN: NASDAQ), where he led the take-private transaction; Inventor, with robust tech-related patent portfolio (mainly in telecom and content delivery) a.k.a. “The Godfather” of Videoconferencing; Clinical Professor and Entrepreneur in Residence, Loyola Marymount University, undergrad and MBA (Professor of the Year 2016); Creator of The ONE DAY MBA®; and Managing Director at Arthur Andersen. Mr. Jaffe attended the University of Pennsylvania, earned a BS degree from La Salle University, and attended Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Chuckie Reddy

Chuckie Reddy is a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan, a large global investment bank, where he has been for the past 15 years. He provides unique financing solutions in all parts of the capital structure to companies focused on specialty finance. Before joining J.P. Morgan, Mr. Reddy worked at Capital One Financial Corporation as a Senior Associate in the internal M&A and Corporate Development Group. Before joining the M&A group, Mr. Reddy worked in Capital One’s credit card division, managing a large part of the Canadian business. Mr. Reddy is invested in over 15 unique private companies (seed through late-stage) across many sectors. He has served on several Advisory Boards for those investments. Mr. Reddy has a B.A. in Economics with a concentration in finance from the University of Virginia.

Erik Nielson

Erik Nielson has 20 plus years of strategic planning, marketing, and advertising experience. His career has been devoted to the intersection of marketing and technology, having advised numerous Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft, Verizon, P&G, Nike, MasterCard, MSN, The Oprah Winfrey Network, XBOX, Yahoo, and eBay. He is currently Senior Director at Southwest Airlines, overseeing Marketing Strategy. Passionate about product development, Mr. Nielson is a globally recognized game designer (“Game of the Year” nominee for LINQÔ, Cannes France, 2010) and co-founder of the popular dating app 2Truths and a Lie. He was previously Executive Director at Trailer Park, the largest entertainment marketer in the U.S., Director of Brand Strategy at Young & Rubicam, NY, and Co-Founder of McNulty Nielsen, Inc., a Los Angeles-based production facility. Mr. Nielson is a lifelong tech enthusiast, having started his career at Accenture as a software developer.

The Top Reasons VERB Technology Company, Inc. U.S. NASDAQ: (VERB) Could Power the Modern Economy

  1. Thanks to a resurgence in the health predicament, the remote economy could be here for the long haul. Remote work, even before we were forced into it, was soaring by 400% over the last decade.(1) Now, in 2021, 1 in 4 Americans work remotely according to Upwork.(2) Major corporations are also delaying the return to in-person work, with Google becoming the latest, following giants like Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Starbucks.(3)
  2. This “remote ecosystem” has created potentially lucrative openings for sectors like Livestream eCommerce, Video Conferencing, CRM, and Online eLearning.
  3. VERB’s SaaS platform is based on proprietary interactive video technology. It’s comprised of four suites of sales enablement business software products offered on a subscription basis- verbLIVE (Interactive Livestream eCommerce and Video Webinar application), verbCRM (Customer Relationship Management application), verbTEAMS (a Self On-boarding version of verbCRM with built-in verbLIVE and Salesforce synchronization for small businesses and solo entrepreneurs), and verbLEARN (Learning Management System application).(10)
  4. VERB also recently launched verbMAIL, which integrates its video technology with Microsoft Outlook. It could be on the cusp of revolutionizing email for an addressable market of potentially 1 billion users.(10)
  5. The VERB stock rallied approximately 331.52% between May 17, 2021, and Jul 15, 2021. After pulling back, it went on another run of approximately 19.02% between Aug 17, 2021, and Sept 10, 2021.(5) Its latest earnings report also reported blowout SaaS recurring revenue growth Year-Over-Year and Quarter-Over-Quarter(8). Moreover, it may have a twelve months upside (analyst target) of roughly 106.2%.(7)

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Company Description

Verb Technology Co Inc is a Software-as-a-Service, or SaaS, applications platform developer. Its platform is comprised of sales enablement business software products marketed on a subscription basis. The applications are available in both mobile and desktop versions. It includes verbCRM, Customer Relationship Management application, verbLEARN, Learning Management System application, and verbLIVE, its Live Broadcast Video Webinar application.