When he isn't spearfishing off the coast, Spencer is innovating, ideating, and leading Getfused into new and exciting places. His entrepreneurial spirit not only guides Getfused's path, but creates business results for our clients.
The son of a retired Logistics Director at Kaman Aerospace, Spencer developed an interest in and became skilled at problem solving early in his life. He brought these skills to his interest in the computer field and at age 16, he was a co-founder of a 3-D technology consulting company, where he experienced first-hand the cost and complexity of building a business and developing client relationships. As a result of these experiences, he is instrumental in defining logistics, identifying and delivering resolutions, and finding solutions for Getfused.
Spencer has held several key positions in the technology field, including that of CTO for an internet technology company where he was the lead technical visionary. He helped build the development team that designed, built, and tested applications based on client requirements. Before that he was a co-founder and the Chief Architect for an on-line e-commerce sports-apparel company, a venture-backed startup where he architected technology that facilitated sports vendors' products e-commerce sales by connecting them to the web, cable TV networks, and kiosks.
Having conceptualized Getfused in 1996, he used his experience in startup and consulting environments, such that by 2006, Getfused was working with a prestigious client list including Legal Sea Foods, the New England Patriots, Sonesta Hotels International, Symantec, and the Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC). In 2007, long-time business colleague and strategist, Steve Mammone became a partner at Getfused. Since then, as part of their overall visionary strategy, they have acquired two additional firms and opened offices in Boston and Dallas. Spencer continues to share responsibility for the day-to-day operations of Getfused with Steve Mammon, Jason Gates and Robert Gatti.
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