Keith Kitani

Keith Kitani

Keith Kitani
CEO
GuideSpark

Keith is CEO and co-founder of GuideSpark, Inc., an HR communications and engagement solution provider that is revolutionizing how companies interact with their employees. GuideSpark, named to Forbes “Most Promising Companies” list, serves hundreds of enterprise customers and more than 1 million employees. Keith is a successful entrepreneur and software executive with over 20 years of experience building technology companies. He has been building Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products and businesses since 1999 when he co-founded Presedia (a rapid eLearning company) and sold it to Macromedia in 2003. At Macromedia he was the VP of Product Management and Operations for the Breeze and Flash Media Server product lines, growing those businesses to over $50M annually. Prior to founding GuideSpark, Keith was a Senior Director and Entrepreneur in Residence at Adobe Systems where he was responsible for starting, building and running most of Adobe’s SaaS businesses. Keith holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.B.A., both from Stanford University.

GuideSpark
Keith Kitani, CEO
Headquarters: Menlo Park, CA
www.GuideSpark.com

GuideSpark is the future of employee communications. Our robust SaaS communications platform, which includes customized, consistent, and cost-effective videos, allows employers to toss out the stacks of pamphlets and eliminate time-consuming seminars, and offers a new way to engage employees on complex topics like benefits, compensation, health and financial wellness, and onboarding programs. The platform is accessible from any device and provides an interactive user experience and deep analytics on user engagement. GuideSpark, named to Forbes “Most Promising Companies” list, serves hundreds of enterprise customers and more than 1 million employees. By transforming the traditional methods of employee communications, GuideSpark significantly deepens employee connections and increases employee satisfaction and retention, while decreasing overall costs.