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Chris Britton

Christopher Britton is the Chief Operating Officer for RockDove Solutions, the developer of the In Case of Crisis solution. Mr. Britton oversees the revenue growth, client success and operations of the business. Mr. Britton brings to this effort a track record of creating high growth and successful organizations with a focus on solving real-life problems with creative and intuitive technology solutions. He leads a team of professionals who align the In Case of Crisis mobile solutions to client needs. Mr. Britton has had great success working with corporations, schools, NGOs and government institutions. Mr. Britton’s management successes span; IPOs, global expansions, new products, accelerated growth and profitability with public and private companies including; AT&T, Rosetta Stone, Interfolio and Vocus. Mr. Britton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Dayton.

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