Small Business Leader Award Finalist: Raymond Bohac, CallCopy, Inc.

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In its 25th year, the Small Business Forum and Leader Award
(fondly SBFLA) program honors and recognizes leaders of small
businesses who have achieved company success while contributing to the
development of our community. We are grateful for the support of our
Presenting Sponsor Commerce National Bank and Partner Business First,
plus numerous sponsors who make this program possible. Each day before
the 2009 Small Business Forum and Leader Award, we'll profile our

Finalist: Over $1 Million in Revenue – Raymond Bohac CallCopy, Inc.

Ray-Bohac Ray Bohac is the founder, president and CEO of CallCopy, Inc., one of the fastest-growing companies in the call recording and quality monitoring industry. It was Bohac’s vision that first identified the market opportunity, laid the plans for the development of the company’s solution suite, cc: Discover, and built the team to bring the product to market.

Prior to founding CallCopy, Bohac worked with multiple call recording systems while working for a global BPO/outsourcer. He recognized that of all the applications installed, none had the capacity to scale quickly and affordably to accommodate the changing needs of the clients. A market niche was identified, and Bohac began planning the development of cc: Discover. The end-user was a key consideration in every phase of design, and the finished product was an easy-to-use and feature-rich application.

CallCopy has seen tremendous growth since its inception in 2004. Unlike many small companies, CallCopy has achieved entirely organic growth with no outside investments, venture capital or debt. Because of its rapid growth, CallCopy was recently included in the 2009 Columbus Business First Fast Fifty list. In addition to its impressive expansion, CallCopy also takes pride in its people and products, winning both the 2008 Columbus Business First Best Place to Work award and the 2008 Product of the Year award from Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC).

Adding to his experience in corporate finance and business development, Bohac has extensive knowledge in IT systems administration and application programming, specifically within the realm of Computer-Telephony Integration (CTI). Bohac has been a featured speaker at various business and technology events
including the Ohio State Business Builders Club, TechColumbus and the PEP Talks. Bohac is also a founding member of Columbus TechLife, a grassroots group fostering greater culture and passion for social media, Internet, Web and other cutting-edge technology.

Award recipients will be announced at the 2009 Small Business Forum and Leader Awards on November 10, 2009.