Rafi Spero

Rafi Spero, CEO of NeatReceipts, stood on the sidelines of the recent Pepcom product show in New York City and pondered the major consumer and product trends that will be highlighted at 2008 CES. “The biggest trend I see emerging is how do people safely store all their digital content; how do they easily transport it to where they want it to go; and how do how do they easily access it once they’re there?” he said. “That’s a trend that’s going to last a while.” There have been several products and services in the past that have provided safe storage and easy access

Rafi Spero, CEO of NeatReceipts, stood on the sidelines of the recent Pepcom product show in New York City and pondered the major consumer and product trends that will be highlighted at 2008 CES. “The biggest trend I see emerging is how do people safely store all their digital content; how do they easily transport it to where they want it to go; and how do how do they easily access it once they’re there?” he said. “That’s a trend that’s going to last a while.” There have been several products and services in the past that have provided safe storage and easy access

Age: 31 Education: Yeshiva University, New York City Career History: Spero started out as a manager for BearingPoint’s change management practice. He co-founded NeatReceipts with his father, Les, in 2002 as a way to simplify the expense report process for the mobile professional. Today, NeatReceipts’ Scanalizer is designed to help everyone—from small business owners, road warriors and CEOs to household COOs—de-clutter the paper influx. From its beginnings at a Philly airport kiosk, the Scanalizer can now be found at some of the nation’s biggest retailers such as Amazon and Staples. Under his leadership, NeatReceipts has grown from $500,000 in revenue in 2004, to

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