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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

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Written by Ken Narita

Implementation of new technologies has the potential to drastically change the construction industry, helping businesses cut costs and improve efficiency. In the Global Construction Survey 2017 produced by KPMG, “93 percent [of respondents] think technology/innovation will significantly change their business, and three-quarters believe such a change will happen in less than 5 years.” Are you […]

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Written by Ken Narita

Many businesses are opting out of traditional phone service and choosing VoIP phone service. VoIP, which stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, means that your phone audio is securely transmitted over the internet rather than through traditional landlines or cellular voice networks. VoIP technology has revolutionized the telephone industry to provide telephone service that offers […]

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Written by Ken Narita

Your business needs reliable phone service that’s both easy to use and affordable. We all know that traditional phone companies such as Verizon and AT&T typically have higher base prices than VoIP phones, and they charge extra fees at every turn. For startups and growing companies, these charges can add up quickly. That’s why many […]