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Our Mission

We help companies become healthier, higher performing, outstanding organizations by reducing chaos through improved operational design and execution. 

Our clients consistently deliver high value to their customers and stakeholders by creating the value streams and conditions that allow for consistency and excellence.

Our team

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Adam Clark

Founder, CEO

I've been working in operations for more than 20 years. My key skill is to see and understand what others don't. I can do this because I both have the breadth and depth of experience necessary to make me fluent in different business languages. 

Core Expertise

  • Salesforce Platform Innovation & Architecture

  • Data analytics, design and management

  • Sales Operations/Processes

  • Marketing Operations

  • Revenue Operations

  • Customer & Professional Services Operations

  • Customer Experience Design & Strategy

Other stuff I care about

  • Trail Building

  • Mountain Biking

  • Coaching

  • Community Development

  • Event Design and Management

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Jon KILBURN

Partner

I have over 30 years of software consulting and development experience, with a variety of SAS platforms.  I'm hyper focused on the Salesforce.com space and I've spent the last 19 years doing Salesforce consulting and development as a problem solver and innovator.

Core Expertise

  • Salesforce.com Platform

  • Sales Cloud

  • Service Cloud

  • Commerce Cloud

  • CPQ

  • Apex, Lightning and LWC

Other stuff I care about

  • Slow Pitch Softball

  • Coaching kids in baseball & softball

  • Teaching young minds how to build a future in Tech

What's with the name?

So, where does "Moses Wade" come from?

Moses Wade is the name of our founder & CEO's 4th Great Grandfather. Moses was born in 1792 in New Jersey. In 1837, he moved with his family to Nauvoo, Illinois. After being driven from their homes by angry mobs, Moses and his son Edwin joined the "Mormon Battalion" for the US Army and consequently walked from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego, CA  - a 1,300 mile trip. Once discharged in July of 1847, he then walked all the way back through the mountains to Utah where he settled for the rest of his life.

The decision to volunteer for the Mormon Battalion had heavy consequences for him. While he was marching with the army, his wife Sally Wade passed away in Iowa while waiting to travel west with the pioneers. This left his young daughter, Minerva Wade to travel alone westward, which she did. 

Moses could have stayed and been distracted by the gold rush in California, but instead he kept his focus on his daughter, his faith, and peace in the Salt Lake Valley.

Moses's legacy was made of hardship, faith, loyalty, and a vision of great things and great times to come. He was A humble broom maker, a man who built his home from logs he cut down, a widower, a pioneer, and a father. He was the deep roots of the family line and from him came greatness.

He is also the great-grandfather of Adam's great-grandmother, Minerva Teichert, the great western and Christian painter.  For us, he is a hero for his sacrifice, his example, and his love for doing the right thing, even when it's hard to do. 

The best stories in history are made by the quiet, humble, hard working people who pick up the flag, who walk the miles, who make the sacrifices, and stay focused on the right things. We might not make history, but we're going to do our best to write a great story for us and our clients. We hope we live up to this legacy.

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