In this episode, Michael and Justin speak with Andreas Huber and Rami El-choufani, co-founders of First Due, a dynamic big-data focused startup whose pre-incident planning platform allows first responders, fire service organizations and local governments to streamline their information management, enabling them to respond more safely and efficiently to both emergency and non-emergency incidents.
Andreas and Rami share the early days working together at Netsuite, how they decided to bet on themselves and create the foundation for First Due and what it feels like building a mission focused, revolutionary product that truly helps save lives.
First Due – https://firstduesizeup.com
Andreas Huber is Co-Founder and CEO at First Due, focused on leading the company’s strategy across Sales, Go-to-Maket, Partnerships and Finance. Andreas has over 10 years of experience in Enterprise software, including founding his first technology start-up in 2010 and 3 years at NetSuite Oracle where he and Rami met. Andreas graduated Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business with a B.S.B.A and is a former member of the Canadian PGA and European Challenge Tours.
Rami El-choufani is Co-founder and COO at First Due, leading core initiatives across Product Strategy, Marketing, Business Process and Customer Success. Rami earned a combined Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology Sydney in 2010, before spending much of his career in the Enterprise SaaS market at NetSuite Oracle. Rami has a diverse background across Engineering, Product Management and Enterprise SaaS sales.