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Ian Gilyeat commented on Ian Gilyeat's blog post The future state of messaging systems...
"I would say yes, but I'm drawing a blank as to the ones I've looked at. :) In my view, there is still a fair amount of discussion around how the brain actually works.  Some will argue that the brain has perfect and permanent storage,…"
Feb 28, 2013
Brian commented on Ian Gilyeat's blog post The future state of messaging systems...
"Do you know if anyone is working on algorithms to treat digital information the same way as our brain does? By that I mean how we sweep up and decay irrelevant information. I.e. I could tell you what I ate yesterday and today but probably not a…"
Feb 27, 2013
Ian Gilyeat's blog post was featured

The future state of messaging systems...

Gazing into the future is difficult.  It is fraught with error and generally limited by our finite experience and limited perspectives.  In spite of these obvious limitations, let’s play "what if" for a moment and pretend that we have a clue as to what might come to pass in future messaging systems.Years ago I was at a conference in New York City.  I was gone for a week before returning to my office.  When I returned I…See More
Feb 27, 2013
Ian Gilyeat posted a blog post

The future state of messaging systems...

Gazing into the future is difficult.  It is fraught with error and generally limited by our finite experience and limited perspectives.  In spite of these obvious limitations, let’s play "what if" for a moment and pretend that we have a clue as to what might come to pass in future messaging systems.Years ago I was at a conference in New York City.  I was gone for a week before returning to my office.  When I returned I…See More
Feb 27, 2013
Daniel Leuck commented on Ian Gilyeat's blog post Building a tech community in the cloud...
"You just have to concede that, for most businesses, if you are based in Hawaii and selling to customers on the mainland or in Asia you will be traveling frequently. I was in Tokyo two weeks ago and I'll be in NY next month. That's just the…"
Jul 19, 2011
Ian Gilyeat commented on Ian Gilyeat's blog post Building a tech community in the cloud...
"Wow... yea, this is from a while ago...:)  but your points are valid.  I understand the first on competing with $100 per month but isn't that the same for everyone that lives in a high wage society - mainland included?  On the…"
Jul 19, 2011
Aryn Nakaoka commented on Ian Gilyeat's blog post Building a tech community in the cloud...
"Sorry to bring back an old thread (almost 1 year)... probably lots has changed with tech but business wise not much has.   Businesses in Hawaii do use Clouds to sell on the mainland , We're selling PBXs to mainland companies. We can put a…"
Jul 18, 2011
Ian Gilyeat replied to Daniela Stolfi's discussion Looking for the following help
"Hi Daniela, we may be able to offer some help in the website management and social side.  Also, I'd like to explore whether there's an opportunity to extend your development work and connect into messaging platforms like…"
May 11, 2011
Ian Gilyeat commented on Mika Leuck's group Cloud Computing
"Hi Bonnie - appreciate the update.  Great detail... unfortunately I won't be at the May 24th event... I'm trying to get a better handle on the local Salesforce community as we are planning a series of meetings and workshops in…"
May 9, 2011
Ian Gilyeat commented on Mika Leuck's group Cloud Computing
"Bonnie or Mika - can you update us on the Salesforce user group meeting held on April 26th.  Would be interested to hear how many showed up, how many you've identified and what types of discussion occurred.  Also, would like to hear…"
May 6, 2011
Rick Laney and Ian Gilyeat are now friends
Apr 25, 2011
Ian Gilyeat and Bonnie B. Hilory are now friends
Apr 7, 2011
Ian Gilyeat was featured
Mar 12, 2011
Ian Gilyeat commented on Brian's blog post The Democratization of Democracy?
"Nicely said...but if you're the cynic... I'm the optimist.  If I wear out my shoes, I'm just back on my feet.  I believe humanity feels this same optimism - across the masses.  Deep down, in our core, we know who we are…"
Mar 12, 2011
Ian Gilyeat replied to Bonnie B. Hilory's discussion Salesforce User Group starts up here in Oahu- Help us connect with users in Hawaii
"Congrats Bonnie... we run our company on salesforce and support client companies, also in the their usage of Salesforce - expecially in the integration of Salesforce with marketing automation solutions like Marketo, ExactTarget and others."
Mar 6, 2011
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Nov 15, 2010

Profile Information

Occupation:
Executive
Company:
I.R. Gilyeat & Company
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Marketing automation, social networking, messaging oriented architectures, predictive modeling, behavioral modeling, ecommerce, software
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
Other
About Me:
Hi, I lead a management consulting firm that helps firms acquire and retain customers. We advise and do implementation work for firms on marketing automation, customer performance initiatives, go-to-marketing strategies and business process improvement. Recent work has included design and implementation of "drip marketing" solutions using Salesforce.com, ExactTarget and Marketo.

Previously, I was Senior Vice President at Direct Alliance Corporation, a leading business process outsourcer in Tempe, AZ. In this role I was an executive member of the IT Steering, Product Management and Operations Committees. I was responsible for worldwide marketing and had P&L responsibility for clients in software, services and office automation. Responsibilities included sales, marketing, product management, business intelligence, financial services and order-to-cash processes. I have developed and executed go-to-market strategies for clients in a variety of industries including: magazine publishing, software, personal computers, consumer electronics, IT services, printers, currency exchange services, printing and telecom. I've managed software engineering and development teams in the U.S. and Japan.

I am a former plantation worker on Lanai.
Website:
http://www.iangilyeat.com
Secondary Website:
http://blog.iangilyeat.com
Twitter Username
iangilyeat

Ian Gilyeat's Blog

The future state of messaging systems...

Gazing into the future is difficult.  It is fraught with error and generally limited by our finite experience and limited perspectives.  In spite of these obvious limitations, let’s play "what if" for a moment and pretend that we have a clue as to what might come to pass in future messaging systems.



Years ago I was at a conference in New York City.  I was gone…

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Posted on February 27, 2013 at 5:55am — 2 Comments

Building a tech community in the cloud...

I have been an infrequent contributor to TechHui. Part of this may be because I live on the mainland...



However, as I've scanned the site this morning looking for information discussions on Salesforce.com, ExactTarget, ZoomInfo and other web centric application platforms I am struck by the absence of these platforms. I like to think of them as platforms because they are SaaS applications with strong emphasis on connectivity through API's. Yes, I've found a small SaaS discussion group… Continue

Posted on May 18, 2010 at 9:57am — 17 Comments

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