How to Grow Your Business with Fractional C-Suite Executives

Glen, Andrea, and Kent in the studio with Bob Gibbons
3:00 pm

October 15, 2018

How to Grow Your Business with Fractional C-Suite Executives

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Glen Katlein

Glen Katlein

Glen believes each business owner is unique. Glen helps the owners of privately-held businesses reach their business and related personal goals removing barriers to optimize the value of their company. For over 20 years, Glen has been helping business owners in many industries including manufacturing, services, distribution, transportation, oil & gas, healthcare, and contractors.

Glen provides consulting services on a flexible as-needed long-term basis without the fully loaded cost of a full-time employee.

When Glen is not working, he love jogging-walking with his dog, and enjoying with his wife and daughters several favorite college and pro sports teams.

Andrea Overman Andrea Overman

Executive marketing leader with extensive marketing, sales management, communications, product management, profitability, and business development expertise. Overall, a strategic thinker with proven ability to identify market needs and generate profitability.

Specialties: Integrating businesses, identifying lucrative markets and customer segments, executive leadership during transition periods, product positioning, sales effectiveness, developing effective internal processes, introducing cohesive brand strategies, marketing automation, bringing new products to market, strategic planning and implementation, product management, sales strategies, revenue/profitability growth, corporate image development.

Comprehensive understanding of and experience within the healthcare industry including administration-level hospital and healthcare organizations, health systems, physician practices, physician groups, health plans and payers, pharmaceutical and medical device suppliers, employers, as well as a deep understanding of healthcare technology and the supply distribution process.

Kent Barner Kent Barner

CIO Suite is the Strategic Advisor to C-Level Executives for Technology Matters. As a CIO for 20+ years Kent was the internal advisor to C-Level Executives of high growth entrepreneurial organizations. Most recently at Behringer’s peak Kent delivered CIO services to 15 organizations concurrently. Kent looks to bring this same service to mid-market companies and companies in the M&A space.

As Behringer’s CIO, Kent was the technology leader for their various businesses. His teams created and implemented technology platforms for their startup entities. These entities grew both organically and through M&A’s. Notably for Multifamily and Commercial Office real estate businesses that have since gone public on the NYSE upon divestiture. Initiatives for the Financial Services operation include transfer agent technologies, Salesforce, data warehouse/reporting, call center, and compliance solutions. Partnering with the marketing team, Kent and his team created a significant web presence for which they won several awards. Other miscellaneous startups included a Hamburg shipping company, a debt management fund, an institutional investment management MWOB, and other international initiatives. Kent was engaged in several non-technology initiatives cultivating the culture of the organization including space planning, relocation, communication, business continuity, workplace safety, leadership council, M&A activities, Dallas Marathon sponsorship, Jerry Junkins elementary school, and other employee and community centric activities.

Before joining Behringer, Kent was the technology leader for various entrepreneurial permutations of Prentiss Properties Trust (NYSE). Kent was part of the pre- and post-merger transition team merging Prentiss with Brandywine Realty Trust. Prior to Prentiss, Kent was an accountant for a regional mall company.

Kent has a BSBA in Accounting/Data Processing. Kent passed the CPA exam when he was in accounting as well as the CDP as he transitioned to IT.