Thanks to Don Keller, Broomfield has become the center of the software universe.
That is, as far as Pricewaterhouse-Coopers LLP is concerned.
Recently bestowed with a new title, Global Chairman of Software Industry Practice, Don Keller has transformed his niche office, established in Boulder County, into the heart of this firm's technology tabulation.
"I think it's interesting and speaks to the growing importance of the Colorado technology industry," said Jim Linfield, the managing partner for the Colorado office of law firm Cooley Godward LLP. "Usually that partner overseeing the industry from a national or international level happens to be headquartered off in a national office on a coast somewhere."
In the more than 10 years that the 43-year-old Keller has spent catering to Colorado's high-tech companies, he has created a role that some have described as part guide, part guru. But by all accounts, the vertical approach Keller has enlisted to address the needs of the industry has afforded his clients a level of expertise that is hard to beat.
His report card includes some of Colorado's biggest businesses, …