Taylor Fox: Inflow’s Core Value Hero for September 2020

By Brendan Polk, Director of Marketing

Meet Taylor Fox, Inflow’s Core Value Hero for September 2020!

Taylor is our Account Development Manager and often the first face our new customers see. He is always ready to answer your questions on chat, when you call our sales line, or when you send any inbound inquiry. Taylor lives our core values daily, and we are very lucky to have him on our team. Here are a few fun facts about Taylor:

How long have you been with Inflow?

3 Years

What awards have you won – not just here but anywhere?

Oh man, I won a sales award for the end of 2018 but I’ve forgotten what that was called. Other than that, just this!

What’s a fun fact about you that not many people know?

Big Star Wars fan. I contribute and discuss fan fiction too often.

What’s your favorite thing about working at Inflow?

Easily the culture. It was already mentioned, but I am somewhat on an island. Although I’m isolated in my role, it’s been great to observe the rest of the company from my position and to recognize how tight-knit it is. There’s a family-esque vibe to it all and it’s something I’ve come to value a great deal.

Check Out What Taylor’s Co-Workers Had to Say

“Taylor consistently achieves his goals which has a direct impact on the sales team and the overall success of Inflow.

“Taylor is a huge help to answering questions that come his way to determine if Inflow can help with the customer needs.

Our Core Values

  • Go Above & Beyond, Then Go Further

  • Think Big, Dream It, Do It

  • Work Hard, Play Hard

  • Create Unforgettable Experiences

  • Integrity, Accountability, & Appreciation Lead Us to Greatness

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About Inflow

Strategy. Execution. Optimization. In that repeated sequence Inflow elevates your customer experience and makes you a disruptive force in your industry through your unified communications and contact center technologies. We provide this advantage for our 800+ customers; will you join us in obliterating mediocrity and guiding your organization bravely into the age of the customer?