“I’m so honored that my company is being recognized for its work as a tech pioneer in Florida,” said Agile Element President Chris Caputo. “Our work, especially with nonprofits such as The Smart Ride and The Pride Center at Equity Park, gives me great pride and purpose. “
Chris first established his company as MetroMediaWorks in 2009. Since joining Potentis Capital two years ago, the company has been rebranded to Agile Element and the team has grown from eight to twenty-five. With over 15 years of IT experience, Chris leads his team in analyzing and optimizing client’s marketing plans and operational procedures by providing customized, user-friendly software and applications that help grow their businesses. They also turn data into business opportunities for growth by using their proven data analysis techniques and years of data experience to drive better business decisions.
Additionally, Chris serves as Board Secretary for the Pride Center at Equality Park, and previously served on the GLBX council for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce.
About Agile Element
Agile Element, previously known as MetroMediaWorks, is a leading national database analytics, software development, internet marketing, database application, and website design firm. The company specializes in business intelligence, and custom technology & digital solutions that help grow businesses. Agile Element proudly does pro bono work for The Smart Ride, The Pride Center at Equality Park, and many other nonprofit organizations to help them optimize their fundraising and communications platforms.
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