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Dan Luebke

Daniel became a Rocketeer in 2012. He is passionate about Utility Marketing, improving the digital landscape to provide greater value to everyone.
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Inside Sydney - Where ServiceRocket Was Born and Continues to Grow

Posted by Dan Luebke on Mar 17, 2017 12:01:09 PM

While ServiceRocket's Sydney office resembles nothing of the bedroom from where Rob Castaneda founded the company, it retains culture and spirit that is uniquely Aussie.

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Topics: Culture, Company, company values

Santiago and Kuala Lumpur: 10,000 Miles Apart, Connected Through Good Vibrations.

Posted by Dan Luebke on Mar 7, 2016 11:19:35 AM

While the ServiceRocket Values may not directly reference "music", you might think rhythm was innate to the growth of the company by visiting any of our global offices.

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Topics: Culture

What We Mean by Helpy Holidays

Posted by Dan Luebke on Dec 18, 2015 2:34:35 PM

At ServiceRocket we've embraced one thing above all else - helping. 

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Topics: Culture, Company

Peeking Under the Dome in Our Palo Alto Office

Posted by Dan Luebke on Sep 25, 2015 9:41:53 AM

ServiceRocket is proud of the strength of our four global offices - Sydney, where we were founded, Kuala Lumpur, our largest office, Santiago, our newest office, and Palo Alto, our Global Headquarters.

While all hold true to the same values, created by Rocketeers, each has a unique spice of life.

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Topics: Culture, Company, company values

Launching a Rocket in Sydney, Australia

Posted by Dan Luebke on May 8, 2015 5:25:00 AM

by Daniel Luebke, (@danieljluebke)

ServiceRocket was founded in Sydney, Australia in 2001 as a training services company (at the time called CustomWare). Since then we've moved our headquarters to Palo Alto, California and grown the scope of our business to help bridge the consumption gap between fast-growing software companies and their enterprise customers.

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Topics: Culture, Company