Who we are
TIDWIT was founded by Wissam (Will) Yafi in 2004 connecting the “tidbits” of business relationships he had seen organizations construct over time together with the “wit” of powerful knowledge systems, all aimed at driving successful outcomes.
“I owe my entire career to business relationships built over decades of hard and trustworthy work,” said Yafi describing the early days, “The idea was to simply provide global organizations with richer ways to form and foster these relationships and to help them spread their knowhow.”
Over the next decade, TIDWIT successfully deployed impactful readiness, marketing, and support programs that achieved precisely that through disparate channels in North America, LATAM, EMEA, and APAC. Working with a small yet dedicated team reinforced the belief in the power of partnerships and exposed the TIDWIT team to the an even more significant need: seamless distribution of knowledge within complex global ecosystems.
Realizing the opportunity, TIDWIT took another major step in 2014 by transforming itself from a services company to a cloud platform organization, which addresses business’ needs for effective ecosystem-wide collaboration and knowledge sharing. As Yafi reflects, “Every organization has knowledge to share, but few have effective means of distributing it across multi-workloads, multi-segments, and multi-tiers. It’s not easy, but we relished the challenge.”
From humble beginnings, the TIDWIT platform has evolved to an award-winning Digital Ecosystem Network fueling global partnerships for Fortune 1000 companies and ecosystems across the world–including Microsoft, IBM, Accenture, HPE and Vodafone.
Throughout its history, the company and its founder have maintained an unshakable belief in the importance of highly collaborative, long-term and trustworthy relationships. Building stronger relationships and driving ecosystem success is the mission that will continue to drive TIDWIT innovations and network growth well into the future.
Board of Advisors
Bruce is an experienced executive and CEO of former tech startups such as Relay technology, Mentations, Fortta Corp, and Callaghan & associates. As the Current Executive Director of INC.spire, he runs a business incubator education program that supports emerging businesses and startups through the pairing of mentor teams to each incubated company in the program.
As Oil & Gas global director for Salesforce, Paul is responsible for supporting and coordinating programs between Salesforce and the O&G industry. Paul brings over 25 years of experience in the technology sector leading the commercial development of complex global organizations.
As featured in TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Entrepreneur Magazine, James leads Canvas, which was named as one of the 8 most disruptive mobile business apps in 2011. Canvas is becoming one of the fastest growing global mobile application offerings for businesses, providing a self-serve, easy, economical way to replace paper-based forms and surveys on mobile devices. Canvas allows clients to build their own experience in minutes or search their fast growing app store featuring some of the world’s leading business solutions.
Abe oversees the portfolio of Shark Tank, Tech, and CPG companies at Mark Cuban Companies. Abe also manages a team that supports these companies with accounting, business operations, ecommerce, sales, and marketing services. He received his MBA from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Bliss Capital is an Investment Management firm in the Private Equity space. The firm’s Partners have over 25 years of joint experience in advising, transacting, and managing European, US and MENA Private Equity situations. The firm’s experience spans the entire value chain of Private Equity investments including origination, due diligence, transaction structuring, post-acquisition management/ turnaround and exit, with exclusive partnership with Saints Capital. Prior, Razmig was a partner for Roland Berger strategy consultants.