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Candice Landau

Employee Wins Eugene’s Prestigious “20 Under 40 Award”

by Candice Landau

Last week, Palo Alto Software employees and executive members, including CEO, Sabrina Parsons, gathered in the Hilton to cheer on one of our employees – Peter Thorsson – as he stood to accept a prestigious ’20 Under 40 Award’. Peter is the Director of Business Development at Palo Alto Software, a full-time job that has him […]

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Candice Landau

LivePlan Wins a Sleeter Awesome App Award

by Candice Landau

There’s no better lead-up to the holidays than to have our team recognized for all of the hard work they’ve put into making LivePlan an indispensable business tool. Recently, Palo Alto Software CEO Sabrina Parsons, and VP of Business Development Caroline Cummings, travelled to the Solutions14 Conference in Las Vegas, to accept a Sleeter Awesome […]

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Angelique O'Rourke

Sabrina Parsons speaks at American Express CEO Bootcamp in NYC

by Angelique O'Rourke

Last week in New York City, American Express Open Forum held the CEO Bootcamp at the Times Square Sheraton. Thousands of female CEOs from around the country convened to give talks, participate in workshops, collaborate and network. CEO Bootcamp aims to get women in business together to build connections; to inspire one another and to hone leadership and […]

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Candice Landau

CEO, Sabrina Parsons Featured on Cover of National UK Business Magazine

by Candice Landau

In the Autumn 2014 issue of newbusiness, Nick Martindale interviews Sabrina Parsons to find out how a small family business not only survived the recession, but grew to become a major global SaaS company. The answer lies somewhere between cutting unnecessary expenses; working hard to remain ‘cash flow positive'; and valuing your employees as well as […]

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Jonathan Michael

“Be Bossy and Proud” | PAS CEO Sabrina Parsons at TEDxUOregon

by Jonathan Michael

Inspired by her Business Insider Op-Ed, “Leaning In Isn’t the Answer,” TEDxUOregon invited Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software, to speak at their April event. The title of the presentation is “Be Bossy and Proud: Why We Don’t Want to Ban the Word ‘Bossy’.” You can watch the video presentation embedded above, or read […]

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Bailey

PAS CEO Featured in Bloomberg Article on “Geeky Women” at SXSW

by Bailey

Sabrina Parsons

Palo Alto Software CEO and former tech entrepreneur Sabrina Parsons is at this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, “breaking up the bromance” and representing the many, many women in tech. Sabrina gave an interview to Bloomberg over the weekend on the women-centered changes at SXSW, and her hopes for the future of […]

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Palo Alto Software featured in New York Times’ “You’re The Boss” Blog

by Bailey

Palo Alto Software was featured today in The New York Times’ small business blog as an example of a company with a strong strategy and evaluation process for innovation: A company known as Palo Alto Software had established itself as a market leader in business-plan software. When Sabrina Parsons took over as chief executive, she decided to […]

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Palo Alto Software CEO Profiled in Oregon Business Magazine

by Bailey

The feature story in the November/December issue of Oregon Business Magazine is an in-depth profile of Palo Alto Software CEO Sabrina Parsons and the company’s development under her leadership: “A Hispanic woman in a leadership position in a cutting-edge industry, Parsons is making things happen. A $10 million company today, Palo Alto Software projects annual earnings of […]

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Palo Alto Software CEO Profiled in the New York Times

by Bailey

Today, The New York Times published an interview with Sabrina Parsons, the CEO of Palo Alto Software. In it, she discusses how she’s brought some of the best elements of the Silicon Valley startup culture she came from with her to Palo Alto Software, while leaving the less-desirable elements behind. Read “A Startup Spirit, Without […]

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