Mark Kopcha is a Partner in TechCXO’s Executive Operations Practice. He is most frequently called on by investors, founders, Boards and senior executive teams to assist clients as an advisor and interim/fractional CEO and COO.
As a serial entrepreneur and thought leader, Mark has built and led turnarounds in multiple start-ups, including taking a software firm from pre-sales to more than $20M in revenue. He excels at innovating and positioning next-generation products and building the operational structure to support continued, exponential growth. His expertise spans company vision and culture, operational efficiency, product development and marketing, and profitability enhancement.
For more than 20 years, Mark has led companies that deliver enterprise-wide technology solutions. As an executive who can speak to all levels of stakeholders, he has unified technical teams through executives around a shared vision, initiated operational efficiency, driven optimized performance across the team, and achieved consistent revenue growth with minimal capital investment.
During his distinguished career, he has served as:
Founder & CEO, Revegy – Mark conceptualized and created this leading developer of a sales planning and execution software which provides enterprise sales teams with the customer-centric clarity. He delivered an average growth rate of 39% for a 6-year period, and negotiating a successful sale in 2022.
President, Medizeus – Mark led an aggressive turnaround for this medical industry firm which delivers improvement in patient care and outcomes. He revitalized operations and created a path to market for new products with limited capital and reduced timeline.
Founder & CEO, Novient – Mark built the company from ground up, reaching $20M in annual revenue and 250 global employees, leading product development, operational structure, and GTM strategy for professional service automation software.
Mark was a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year and on Georgia Trend’s list of 40 under 40 Rising Stars. He holds an Associate of Science, Information Technology degree from Waterbury State Technical College, has done computer science coursework at the University of Connecticut and has completed an Executive Development Program at The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.