The following video excerpt was taken from an interview with Robert LoCascio, founder and CEO of LivePerson , as he talks about what was behind the company's incredible success story. In this segment, he explains why he thinks his company is a good buy.
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Brendan Byrnes: So let's say an investor is out there watching this video. They're maybe not sure whether to invest in LivePerson. What would you say to them? What's one great reason to invest in your company?
Robert LoCascio: I think there are two reasons. One is we have some of the best companies in the world using our product because we produce some of the best products, so I think having the best products in the segment is the most important thing. The second is our culture. I think we have a very unique culture. We spent the last two years really refining it and living it, and I think a company that has a strong culture, and we can deliver that culture through our products, it gives us a unique place in the world, and our whole goal is to deliver meaningful connections in the world. And I think we're aligning our products to our culture, to our people, and when you have that alignment, things move quickly. So I think it's an exciting time and we've done two years' worth of a lot of hard work to get here, and I think we're just at a place to really take it to the next level.
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