Daniel Chalef

Daniel Chalef is founder and CEO at KnowledgeTree. Daniel is an entrepreneur, technologist and part-time guerrilla marketer whose career has included senior management, business analysis and engineering positions at software, Internet and telecommunications companies. As the CEO of KnowledgeTree, Daniel has led the company to its position as a recognized innovator. Daniel brings passion and enthusiasm to the KnowledgeTree team and is an avid commentator on industry trends. Previously, as CTO at Jam Warehouse and earlier in his career, Daniel headed up enterprise content management and workflow software implementation projects for premiere global retailers and consumer goods companies including Tesco PLC, Britvic PLC and Foschini Group. Daniel holds an honors degree in Business Science and Information Systems from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Read Daniel's regular blog posts at www.opencloudsblog.com and follow him on Twitter @danielchalef. He can also be reached at [email protected]

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