|By Marketwired .||
|July 24, 2014 05:07 PM EDT||
SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - July 24, 2014) - "Helping Others Succeed," a business consulting practice operated by Gary L. Fischer, CFO, announced today that Mr. Fischer assisted Soil and Topography Information ("STI"). STI, a venture backed start up company, uses high tech equipment and specialty probes to test soil in vineyards and other agricultural crops. Mr. Fischer assisted in closing STI's Series A round of financing, participated in strategic planning with the company, supervised the accounting staff and attended all board meetings. "My favorite part was actually going into the vineyards and watching our guys use STI proprietary software on a ruggedized computer to calculate where to pull the soil samples. High tech gets down and dirty, literally!"
Gary L. Fischer, based in Silicon Valley, has worked extensively in Asia and Europe. He has taken two companies public, led three public secondary offerings and has been involved in numerous private financings of equity and debt. He has solid experience in M&A, including the sale in 2009 of eRide where he began serving as CFO in 2005. He continued as a part time CFO with eRide after the acquisition and began his consulting business. Helping Others Succeed provides CFO consulting services, organizational development, executive coaching, M&A hands-on due diligence, M&A closings and other business and financial projects. Prior to eRide Mr. Fischer joined ISSI in 1993, took it public in 1995 and subsequently was appointed President and COO of the company. Mr. Fischer's complete bio is listed on LinkedIn. Contact Gary L. Fischer at [email protected] or 408-981-7953.
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