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Ken Narita

Ken Narita’s marketing career spans two decades helping businesses large and small grow. Whether it’s been advising emerging startups, guiding clients from the agency side, or currently, leading SMB marketing at Ooma, Ken has always taken an empathetic approach to addressing goals, gaps, and opportunities. Previously at TriNet, from 2011 to 2017, he grew and led the revenue marketing team through a period of rapid change and growth where net service revenue consistently grew in a range of 15-20% per year and reached $650 million at the end of his tenure. Ken has led demand generation, field marketing, customer marketing, and marketing operations teams and enjoys the ability to integrate campaigns across all functions to drive results.

Articles by: Ken Narita

Written by Ken Narita

The in-store retail experience has had some significant changes as a result of mobile technology advancements. It’s now a world where customers can pay via SMS, and selfies can authorize credit card payments. Does your business need to join the digital revolution? We’ve rounded up four practical mobile technologies that you can implement in your […]

Written by Ken Narita

AT&T may be a top name in phone service providers, but that doesn’t mean it leads the pack when it comes to quality business phone service at reasonable rates. In a point-by-point comparison of Ooma versus AT&T, we looked at the similarities and differences between the business phone services offered by the two companies. Let’s […]

Written by Ken Narita

Email messages are great. But there are certain business situations when it is better to talk on the phone than send an email. Auditory neuroscientist Seth Horowitz explains that our brain’s circuitry that interprets our hearing has evolved over 400 million years. We’re hard-wired for conversations, and “we’ve evolved to listen to other people talk,” […]