Robin Zwirtz is the founder of BirdDog Software. Robin’s innovative approach and in-depth knowledge of business processes have led BirdDog Software to become the premier provider of e-commerce and commercial solutions in the Enterprise Software market Macola world. BirdDog has achieved this status by helping its business partners build cutting edge e-commerce, distribution, and point-of-sale solutions for their multiple demographic client base, ranging from new business start-ups to mid-large size companies.
Robin founded BirdDog software in 2003 after selling his previous company, Edge Consulting Group. Robin used his same energetic and innovative approach, as well as his thorough knowledge of the manufacturing process, to lead Edge Consulting Group to become one of the most respected and trusted Macola Partners. Edge was a consistent annual top performer for Macola.
Robin has always been an entrepreneur at heart. Even when he served as the production manager for a million dollar distribution and manufacturing company – where he cut his teeth and gained valuable insights into the manufacturing process. It was after this experience that Robin launched his first company, Edge Computing, Inc. Edge Computing, Inc. was formed in 1992 and specialized in computer hardware sales. During this time, Robin first partnered with Macola. In 1995, Robin saw the possibilities of expansion, building upon his distribution and manufacturing experience. Robin quickly refocused his efforts on the consulting aspects of the business, and eventually formed Edge Consulting Group.
Robin is a graduate of Southern Nazarene University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems. Over the last two decades, Robin has been able to utilize his academic training, real-world experiences, and his keen insight into both current and potential trends in manufacturing and distribution to assist clients across the United States. As a respected leader in the Enterprise Software and Macola business worlds, Robin has been asked to both speak to and instruct others on a variety of business processes.