Kevin Harrington From Hit TV Show Shark Tank Joins Cydec Software

Kevin Harrington From Hit TV Show Shark Tank Joins Cydec Software

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Investor Kevin Harrington From the Hit TV Show Shark Tank Joins Cydec Software as Key Business Advisor, Mentor and Equity Partner. Cydec offers simple yet powerful software tools for online entrepreneurs to succeed.

April 6, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Kevin Harrington Joins Cydec Software

(April 3rd, 2014) — Kevin Harrington is best known for his role as a panel member and investor on TV’s hit show “Shark Tank” which is now in its 5th season.

In the past 30 years, he’s launched more than 500 products, with cumulative sales of more than $4 billion worldwide, including the Tony Little brand of exercise products selling $1.7B via infomercials globally and many others.

He is a co-founder of the popular Entrepreneurs Organization (Formerly YEO) and is the author of the book Act Now: How I Turn Ideas Into Million Dollar Products which he wrote after his success as an early pioneer of the infomercial industry. Kevin is currently the Chairman of the Board of the ‘As Seen on TV’ brand with over 600 products globally and his success has even been chronicled in a case study at Harvard/MIT.

Kevin shares “I’m excited to join the team at Cydec Software because I believe in what they’re doing; providing simple yet powerful and easy to use software that helps entrepreneurs succeed online. I wanted to be a part of it, because I know it’s really a cutthroat environment out there, so anything than can help online business owners succeed and have the edge is what entrepreneurship is all about.”

Boca Raton based Cydec Software offers simple yet powerful tools for processing online sales, sending emails, managing affiliate partners, online ad-tracking, visual dashboards, and all around business automation without the complexity of other systems. The Company currently operates in the $345 million Ecommerce Shopping Cart Software Market, which is part of the $1 trillion dollar global ecommerce market and growing at nearly 30% per year.

Company co-founder and President Brett Fogle has generated over $18M in online sales using Cydec technology in his former business. He liked it so much he and a new partner bought the company which provides superior and easy to use ecommerce tools for website owners. He says “It’s a simple, fast and easy alternative compared to our competitors confusing and complicated systems, and this positions our company for rapid growth, market penetration and continued success.”

Fogle also states “We’re very excited to be working with Kevin. He’s a great guy, and brings a wealth of experience as a successful investor and entrepreneur. We couldn’t have asked for a better spokesperson to help spread the word about Cydec.”

Cydec provides easy to use ecommerce and email marketing tools for online business owners without the high cost of an enterprise or custom built solution. Fogle adds “It truly levels the playing field for individuals and solo-preneurs trying to compete on the internet today with our simple yet powerful online marketing tools.”

According to Harrington “If I’m going to invest in a company, one of the things I look for is that they have a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Cydec gives business owners that advantage and I like that.”

Cydec management also plans to capitalize on the growing global demand for ecommerce SaaS software as more people look to make an additional income from home by starting an online business in other countries, as well as in the U.S.

Press can contact Brett Fogle at brett@cydec.com or visiting our website at www.cydec.com

Contact Info:
Name: Brett Fogle
Email: brett@cydec.com
Phone: 561-715-7302
Organization: Cydec Software

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