Disruptive Business

Prince Niyyar with Commdex Consulting and Gary Gross with Mercury Development

January 18, 2013 2:05 pm

Prince Niyyar/Commdex Consulting

Prince Niyyar is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Commdex Consulting, LLC. Since founding Commdex in 2001, Prince has led the company from a startup to a recognized national leader in wireless communications technology, with operations in over 18 states. Over the last four years, under his leadership, Commdex has grown over 1000%. Commdex was last year listed on Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 500 list of “Fastest growing private companies in the nation” and recognized with Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “Pacesetter Award”.

Prince earned his Masters degree in Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He is a registered Professional Engineer and Certified Professional Manager. Prince is active in the industry and community, serving as a board member of Gwinnett Technical College and Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce. Prince was an invited guest on talk shows like “Thrive America” and “Business Leader Radio” and he frequently speaks at business conferences.

Business success has brought him numerous accolades. Prince was Greater North Fulton Chamber’s “Small Business Person of the Year” in 2009, and was honored with the “Pinnacle Award” by Gwinnett County in 2011.

Gary Gross/Mercury Development

Gary Gross is responsible for management of business development, sales, and strategic alliances. His role is to ensure that companies around the globe continue to look to Mercury Development for optimized mobile apps to help them achieve their corporate strategies. During his 20-year career, Gary has worked with technologies such as SaaS, ERP, CRM, and ASP. He has extensive experience with development and collaboration software, virtual events, IT security, and webcasting. He currently serves on the Board of the Mobility Society for the Technology Association of Georgia. When not working, Gary attends numerous charity events and hosts a radio talk show about non-profits.



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