Ep. 108 | The Revenue Era: Past, Present and Future with Sean Lane, Drift
Sunny Side Up Podcast
In this episode, Sean Lane talks about the past, present, and future of the Revenue Era. He details the three eras we have had in the marketing industry, how they’ve differed from each other, and how our current era, the Revenue Era, is going to continue to evolve. Sean notes what impacts the Revenue Era is making on companies and customers, as well as what internal functions are going to help us adapt to the coming evolution. He shares the makeup of his team, as well as his thoughts on the significance of the reporting structure and how the martech stack is starting to change in this new era. Contact Sean Lane | Follow us on LinkedIn
The Enterprise-wide Financial Impact of AI & Automation - Olive CEO, Sean Lane
Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Hear from Olive CEO, Sean Lane on the role AI and automation can play as health systems build financial recovery plans and best practices for organizations looking to implement an AI.This episode is sponsored by Olive.
The Role of Sales Operations at Top-of-Funnel w/ Sean Lane
The Sales Engagement Podcast
It’s not just getting the leads into the hands of the right people at the right time. It’s getting the right leads into the hands of the right people at the right time. In this episode, I interview Sean Lane, Director of Sales Operations at Drift, about how he has optimized the top-of-funnel role of sales ops. What we talked about: -What are the “right” leads? -Speed is the one major priority at Drift -The sales team is the customer of sales ops Check out this resource we mentioned during the podcast: -Sean is the host of Drift’s podcast, Operations with Sean Lane For more engaging sales conversations, subscribe to The Sales Engagement Podcast on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or on our website.
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Ep. 13. Sean Lane knows that the twenty-seventh time's the charm
Our guest this episode is very special to person to us because he is one of the first entrepreneurs we partnered with when we started Drive, and he has proven to be an incredible investment. That person is the founder and CEO of Olive, Sean Lane. drivecapital.com twitter.com/drivecapital
This week, our interview features Sean Lane, Founder of CrossCHX, for the first part of our series around Patient Identity in Value-Based Care. CrossChx is a platform and app that securely stores a user's medical history, prescriptions, and more all on a smartphone. A user can share their profile with any provider they want, eliminating paper forms while protecting a user's medical identity. In this episode, Sean and I discuss: Sean’s background and how he came to found CrossChx How the CrossChx platform works and how it solves a variety of healthcare inequities Why Patient Identity in Value-Based Care is an important problem to fix and why patients need to own their Identities How this moves us toward a value-based care model rather than traditional FFS How CrossChx is approaching building in AI and Machine learning and a “Digital assistant" to make sure physicians see the most important and relevant data Sean’s strategy around raising funds from both Midwest-based firms like Drive Capital in Columbus, OH, and from Khosla Ventures on the West Coast How the differing geography of CrossChx’s investors has played a role in the help they are able to provide Sean’s thoughts on the future of value-based healthcare models Connect with Sean Lane: LinkedIn Twitter Connect with CrossChx: Website Blog Twitter Connect with Healthbox Follow us on Twitter Follow me on Twitter Subscribe and leave a review in iTunes Have guest suggestions or topic ideas for the podcast? Send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to his episode on iTunes, SoundCloud, or Libsyn