Bill Atkinson Interviews Jason Pappas, CEO & President at RocketDocs

Jason Pappas has been the president and CEO of RocketDocs for the past 2 ½ years after serving on the board of directors the previous 2 years.

RocketDocs is a Baltimore-based integrated sales enablement platform that helps businesses manage huge amounts of data so they can respond quickly and accurately to inquiries of all types. These responses range from requests for proposals, due diligence questionnaires, and security questionnaires all the way to the creation of sales proposals and financial prospectuses. RocketDocs’ wheelhouse are clients are in financial services, technology, and healthcare.

Prior to his involvement with RocketDocs, Jason lead the Maryland Proton Treatment Center (MPTC) in Baltimore through an expansion and $277 million acquisition/refinancing where he is a director. He has made sweeping changes at RocketDocs from relocating the company to Baltimore from Frederick, increasing staff, building out the company’s range of services.

Jason graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science and letter winner on the varsity football team. He also graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law with a juris doctorate specializing in finance and taxation.

Interview Questions:

Q1: What is RocketDocs and what does it do?

Q2: How big is the market?

Q3: What kind of demand are you seeing for your service?

Q4: Give the audience a feel for your growth.

Q5: What is RocketDocs’ potential?

Q6: How has the company changed since its founding?

Q7: What kinds of clients is RocketDocs pursuing?

Q8: What other markets will you be looking to get into?

Q9: What are the biggest challenges you face?

Q10: What does the future look like for RocketDocs?

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Bill Atkinson launched Atkinson Strategic Communications in January 2020 after 15 years in the public relations business and 21 years as a newspaper reporter. Clients include, Coca-Cola Consolidated, the largest bottler of Coca-Cola products in the country, the American Beverage Association, Howard Bank, Ambu, a Danish medical device maker with its U.S. headquarters in Columbia, Md., and Think Systems, a Baltimore-based management consulting firm.

Prior to starting his own firm, Atkinson was a partner in 212 Communications, which he joined in June 2015, and focused on strategic and crisis communications, media relations and grassroots strategies. Before that he was a senior vice president at global public relations agency Weber Shandwick. At Weber’s Baltimore office Atkinson specialized in strategic and crisis communications as well as reputation management. Clients included Constellation Energy, Honeywell, General Motors, Bank of America, Promontory Financial Group and 1st Mariner Bank.

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