- Origin: California
- Grant awarded in: 2014
Chief Executive Officer
Head of Customer Service
Head of Business Development
What is Less Annoying CRM?
Less Annoying CRM is a customer relationship manager (CRM) designed specifically for the small business market. The software focuses on simplicity and ease of use so that small businesses without IT resources can easily manage their contacts, calendar, leads, and more in a single web-based system.
Tyler King is the Chief Executive Officer of Less Annoying CRM, a 2014 Arch Grants recipient.
Tyler earned his degree in Computer Science and Computer Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2007. Tyler has a computer science and software development background and brings experience working with Zane Benefits and General Mills to his position as CEO.
Michael Wuellner is the Head of Customer Service at Less Annoying CRM, a 2014 Arch Grants recipient.
Michael earned his degree in English and Writing from Washington University in St. Louis in 2009. Michael brings experience working in customer service with School Loop, Inc to his position at Less Annoying CRM.
Bracken King is the Co-Founder of Less Annoying CRM, a 2014 Arch Grants recipient.
Bracken earned his degree in Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis in 2004, and holds a PhD in Biological Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before founding Less Annoying CRM, Bracken worked with Eleven Biotherapeutics.
Alex Haimann is the Head of Business Development for Less Annoying CRM, a 2014 Arch Grants recipient.
Alex earned a B.A. from George Washington University in 2008 and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2012. Before joining Less Annoying CRM, Alex worked with the Center for Experiential Learning at the Olin Business School and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.