Every year, the Albany Business Review highlights 40 business leaders, entrepreneurs, community members and others in the Albany area. This year, among the 40 was our own CEO, Garry Polmateer. The Albany Business Review selected these 40 honorees who possess innovative and youthful approaches to organizational growth. Here are some highlights that showcase why Garry Polmateer was among the individuals selected.
For nearly 8 years, Garry has been leading the growth at Red Argyle, a leading Salesforce Partner based in Upstate New York. From our offices, Red Argyle has been providing innovative Salesforce solutions for some of the most respected and fastest-growing companies in the United States. While Red Argyle has clients that span many industries including high-tech, healthcare, life sciences, insurance, financial services and more, they all seem to have one thing in common: They are looking to leverage the Salesforce platform to cultivate change. These clients are looking for us to do some of the most challenging and interesting work, this has helped us attract and retain some of the brightest minds in the Salesforce ecosystem.
Garry and business partner, Tom Patros have spent the past decade focused on:
- Finding and coaching great employees
- Build a great place to work and highlighting the importance of a company’s culture. To read more on what it’s like to work with us, you may want to check out this post
- A method that allows us to innovate with our customers and to solve some of their most challenging business opportunities
- His personal commitment to his community – Garry has been both a volunteer and supporter of the Regional Food Bank of NENY for nearly 8 years. In addition to his volunteer efforts, Garry has made it a point to donate a portion of Red Argyle’s revenue to this worthy cause by committing to Salesforce’s 1-1-1 model. Even more, Garry holds the title of Director at the Aplaus Resident Association, a civil rights and social action organization.
If you’ve worked with Garry before, it won’t be a surprise to you that he was selected among the many candidates. To Garry, thank you for all you do.