Former WPP executives, Kenny Tomlin (founding CEO of Rockfish) and Dan Khabie (founding CEO of Mirum), announce the launch of new digital transformation and product development company, CourtAvenue. Named for the first paved road in the United States, CourtAvenue will honour the innovation of its namesake by radically enhancing the end-to-end digital experiences of organisations and their stakeholders.
Applying a very personal and agile approach, CourtAvenue offers a range of solutions, including strategic consulting, customer experiences, product development, digital commerce, technology enablement and digital investments.
“As cloud computing continues to evolve, so are the platforms intended to enable customer engagement and growth, resulting in a matrix of unconnected SaaS products and custom solutions,” said Khabie. Partnering with Acquia, Adobe, Salesforce and other leading technology companies, CourtAvenue vows to radically optimise their clients’ applications by designing, building and maintaining integrated solutions that modernise and streamline their businesses.
“This is about designing new models that maximise our clients’ interactions (both internally and externally), creating an efficient and time optimised ecosystem that supports their growth and future relevance,” said Tomlin. “I have been at the centre of entrepreneurship and scaling large companies my entire career. CourtAvenue will effectively serve as the bridge between both.”
CourtAvenue is a Time Optimization Enterprise powered by entrepreneurs, creators, optimists, and the habitually restless. We redeem time by designing solutions, building products, and creating businesses optimised for speed, convenience and transparency.