CompuSchmooze Podcast #32: Marc Gingras of Tungle discusses shared calendaring and scheduling

UPDATE, 9/18/2012: Tungle has announced it will discontinue the service in December 2012. Read their official blog post here.

In this edition of the Compuschmooze podcast, we interview Marc Gingras, CEO and founder of Tungle.me, a web-based application that enables calendar sharing and appointment scheduling among virtual teams, regardless of the calendar platform each member of the team uses.

 

Marc Gingras, Tungle Founder
Marc Gingras, Tungle Founder

Marc is a serial entrepreneur with a successful track record as a venture capitalist. Prior to founding Tungle, Marc was Vice President of Business Development and Product Marketing for Nimcat Networks, a leader in peer-to-peer (P2P) communication applications, until its acquisition by Avaya Inc. in September 2005. Marc was previously a venture capitalist at Innovatech Montreal where he oversaw investments in numerous telecommunication and software companies. As a venture capitalist, Marc’s investments yielded a combined ROI of more than 125 percent. Marc earned an MBA from INSEAD, a master’s degree in management sciences from the University of Waterloo, and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Ottawa.

Read the article based on this interview in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey.

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