Chris Parisi

Chief Operations Officer

As Chief Operations Officer, Chris leads all of the diverse teams at Bulldog to achieve success for our clients. One of Bulldog's first employees, Chris has spent over a decade leading the marketing technology teams at Bulldog. He was instrumental in forming our agency's original partnerships with Eloqua (Oracle), Marketo, Salesforce and others. Today, Chris supports our account services, creative and technical leadership by ensuring that every team has the resources and support they need, 24/7.

Outside the office, Chris is the proud father of twin girls and co-owner of a popular Austin eatery.

May 25, 2017 : 4-minute read

MarTech 2017: Managed Machines, ABM and Other Tech Trends

A couple of weeks ago, we attended the third annual MarTech Conference in San Francisco. Scott Brinker kicked off the event by showing the 2017 Marketing Technology Landscape Supergraphic, a staple in the martech space. Brinker enlisted the help of Anand Thaker, and together, they reviewed the growing landscape that now includes 5,000+ technologies.

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September 22, 2015 : 4-minute read

The Perfect Storm: Takeaways from Dreamforce 2015

Salesforce lightning

Going into day 3 of Dreamforce, I had a hunch what the forecast looked like for the rest of the event and sure enough it was a "storm". The day  got underway with the product keynotes and, as expected, they were all very focused on the impact and benefits we can all reap from Thunder and Lightning.  For more on Thunder and Lightning, see my last postLong story short? Literally everything has changed. From the way declarative admins build pages, to the way that developers build custom components – the SFDC experience will never be the same. @dvdkliu wrote a great post on this topic here.

Looking beyond thunder and lightning, here are a few major takeaways from my experience at #DF15:

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September 17, 2015 : 4-minute read

Mobile, Internet of Things, Lightning, Thunder: It's Halftime at Dreamforce 2015

Dreamforce 2015I'm thrilled to be back in San Francisco this week for Dreamforce 2015. After taking a couple of years off, I was well aware the conference had grown tremendously since the last time I attended. If I’m not mistaken, it was dubbed the largest technology conference in the world during my hiatus. That said, I could never have imagined just how large it has actually become – 175k registrants. The Dreamforce footprint on the city is utterly amazing and BIG kudos to the SFDC logistics team for pulling it off flawlessly!

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