SAN MATEO, Calif. Jan. 17, 2011 William H. Harris, Jr.
Mr. Harris has founded multiple technology companies, and is currently founder and CEO of Personal Capital, an early-stage financial services firm. He currently serves on the boards of Yodlee, Announce Media and Go Daddy, and formerly served on the boards of Macromedia, EarthLink, Visual Sciences and RSA Security. Harris was formerly president of ChipSoft, CEO of Intuit, and CEO of PayPal.
Dave Whorton April 2003
"Dave has been instrumental in our success as a company. His board service has spanned eight years of rapid growth, from SuccessFactors’ third year to the size and stature we are today. I’d like to thank Dave for his exceptional dedication, commitment, love for what we do, and for always being a believer in our model, and his contributions to SuccessFactors," said Dalgaard.
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