Getting to Know Kyle Nelson of InterProse

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Kyle Nelson started as an intern at InterProse 22 years ago and now runs the company. Isn’t that the kind of career path that we all hope for? For Kyle, there is probably a lot of similarities between his role as InterProse and his other passion — coaching youth soccer. Creating an environment where people can succeed and watching them grow is incredibly rewarding. Read on to learn more about Kyle, why he’s the guy you want to go to if you want to learn how to throw an around-the-world, and the difference between being busy and being effective.

Name: Kyle Nelson
Current Role/Job Title: President / CEO
Company: The InterProse Corporation
Length of time at current company: 22 Years
Length of time in industry: 22 Years

How did you get your start in the industry?
As a college intern at The InterProse Corporation.

What is your career highlight so far?
Having the honor of being named InterProse’s incoming president.

When or how are you most productive?
During quiet times. Mornings and late afternoons.

Which industry professional do you admire most?
Scott Purcell. Both of us being from the Pacific Northwest, his name would pop up over the years as a local prospect, competitor, and eventually the CEO of ACA International. It’s been neat to follow, and I respect his insight within our industry.

What is one thing you do better than everyone else?
Tricky question, isn’t there always someone better? Love for InterProse and its employees. I also throw a pretty mean yo-yo.

What do you like most about this industry?
It’s an interesting industry because if you’re in it long enough, you run into many of the same people but with different organizations and roles. I’ve met and worked with a lot of second and third-generation owners. That’s pretty cool.

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What is one thing you wish you could change about this industry?
The slow pace of modernization. Letting go of “the way we’ve always done it” mentality.

If you weren’t in this industry, what would you be doing?
Entrepreneur, Soccer Coach, Teacher.

Describe a typical work day.
Coffee, check email and calendar, take my kids to school, work on my top 3, meetings, lunch, meetings, wrap up my top 3.

What is your guilty pleasure?
Binge-watching a television series or weekend of sports, a late morning weekend nap.

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?
“It’s easy to be busy but hard to be effective.”

What are you currently reading?
Who Moved My Cheese? By Spencer Johnson.

What is one fact you’d like everyone in the industry to know about you?
I’ve been a youth soccer coach for as long as I’ve worked at InterProse. I love seeing individuals grow professionally and personally.

Who else would you like to see answer these questions?
Greg Johnson

The “Getting to Know” series is sponsored by Applied Innovation. Applied Innovation is helping to shape the future of accounts receivable management. Product development is driven by customer feedback, agency profitability and compliance and includes platforms addressing client portal access, document management, payment negotiation, Regulation E focused electronic payment authorizations and TCPA communication authorization platforms. Partner with a company who understands your business challenges and evolves to provide cutting edge technology to overcome those challenges and achieve success

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