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Robert Goldsand

Robert Goldsand A California State University Sacramento College of Business Administration Alumni; Robert Goldsand is a Customer Success Associate for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)/Sustainability Software Team. Robert has a wealth of experience in the Software as a Service (SAAS) industry. He’s worked for multiple Silicon Valley and San Francisco based startups that have grown into large scale successfully companies. He’s taken on various roles including Sales, Marketing and Customer Success. He learned early in college that his ideal career would be that of which where he can mix his love for the environment, technology and genuine satisfaction of helping people, into one. Eventually after searching high and low, he found a home and dream job at ADEC innovations. As a Customer Success Associate, Robert brings his positive energy and experience to help hundreds of customers successfully adopt a numerous ADEC Innovations software programs. Making customers happy and future feature enhancements is what keeps him up at night. When he’s not working, he’s researching the latest in technology and obsessing over his favorite sports teams.

Recent Posts

Recycling Electronics: How You Can Contribute to the Circular Economy

Posted by Robert Goldsand on Oct 22, 2019 10:00:00 AM


The electronic devices we use to run our businesses, entertain ourselves, and interact with our social groups become obsolete quickly, but throwing them out creates unnecessary waste—the rare metals and refined plastics contained within them take considerable energy and resources to manufacture. Sadly, according to the EPA, less than 20% of the more than 2 million tons of electronic waste collected each year in the US is recycled. But if you want to give your old laptop, phone, tablet, or TV a new lease of life, it could end up doing incredible things.

Effective Management of Chemical Information

Posted by Robert Goldsand on Mar 27, 2018 10:00:00 AM

There are over 7 billion people on Earth. If each person owned only one pair of pants, one shirt, and one jacket, there would be 21 billion articles of clothing in circulation. We all know that number is not accurate given our fashion cultural norms. Scientists and organizations recently have exposed the dramatic effects on the environment, such as water pollution, from textile/garment production. Household name brands are committed to initiatives such as the ZDHC  (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) Programme. The ZDHC Programme leads the textile, leather and footwear industries towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals  in textile production by 2020, to ensure the safety of neighboring communities and tackle water pollution.