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A startup CEO who raised $194 million explains why he uses a robot for meetings

Jeremy Roche is the CEO of FinancialForce, a business software maker that raised $194 million in funding. In just a little over six years, Roche has turned FinancialForce into a real force in the finance software market, hiring 650 people across five countries. In fact, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff saw so much potential in FinancialForce that he offered up the company's website domain name, which he originally owned, and became one of the two founding investors through his venture arm, Salesforce Ventures.
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