VYBRANZ is a Global Expense Management Company providing Cost Reduction Solutions to reduce operational expenses and increase profitability. VYBRANZ is one of the only Expense Management Companies in the world equipped to tackle a cross-section of cost complexities with a comprehensive approach.
Helping customers quickly gain strategic financial advantages by controlling operating costs is the most significant value proposition in this recessionary climate. VYBRANZ creates cash flow and provides meaningful cost reduction solutions in many industries.
The keys to VYBRANZ success and growth are based on four main principles:
Results, Objectivity, Competence and Confidentiality
Listen to Founder, and Former President and CEO, Barry D. Nalls, present the unique value proposition of VYBRANZ with Business Analyst, David Johnson of KRLD.
Danell Winsor recently assumed the position of President and CEO when she purchased the business from Barry D. Nalls on January 1, 2015.
She helped Nalls from Day 1 on building VYBRANZ as a global expense management and cost reduction company that helps businesses and organizations reduce operational expenses in order to increase profits. Nalls and Winsor focused on establishing the foundations and methodologies centered on helping customers improve their profitability. Together we generated millions of dollars in savings in over 75 different expense and payable areas with multi-location enterprises, nonprofits and municipalities alike. In October 2014, VYBRANZ expanded internationally with the opening of an office in London.
In the seven years at VYBRANZ, Winsor held positions as Vice President of Business Development, and then later as Vice President of Global Enterprise Sales and Marketing. In 2011, Winsor assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer. Before joining VYBRANZ, Winsor spent 14 years as Executive Vice President in charge of business and client development for Delta Dallas, a premiere recruiting and staffing firm in Dallas.
Prior to beginning her career in the recruiting industry, she spent over 6 years in the non-profit sector for an international religious retreat and conference center in New York’s historic Hudson River Valley. While there, she organized an international bishops’ meeting with Nobel Peace Prize, Archbishop Desmond Tutu. During her tenure as Executive Director, she helped raise over $1 million for a capital campaign and worked to have the retreat center designated as an “architectural landmark” on the National Register of Historic Places.
Winsor is an accomplished violinist and holds both a bachelor's and master's degree in Music Performance from Texas Christian University.
Barry D. Nalls, a native of Texas, is a serial entrepreneur.
With more than 30 years in the telecommunications industry, Nalls helped design and develop a portfolio of new business products; managed and marketed complex networks with a budget of over $3.2 billion. Nalls launched the telecom industries’ first DSL trial and proof of concept; designed and managed a $100 million project for the Pacific Command for Armed Forces; designed and built Texas Lottery Network. In addition, Nalls led three merger teams between GTE and Bell Atlantic to create Verizon.
In 2000, Nalls built one of the fastest growing telecommunication companies in the 21st century during one of the worst economic downturns in decades. Forced by global, macroeconomic pressures such as 9/11, SARS epidemic, Dot.Com bust, corporate meltdowns like Enron, WorldCom, and natural disasters; Nalls was required to dive deep into the financial structure of MASERGY to rip out excess costs. With severely limited investment capital available, vital dollars had to be found to sustain daily operations and payroll. Under his leadership, he grew its profits and customer base to 40 countries. In 2011, MASERGY was acquired by Abry Partners.
A nationally recognized and award-winning serial entrepreneur, in 2007, Nalls began a venture: VYBRANZ: a global company specializing in rapid, innovative expense management, cost reduction that helps private sector businesses, nonprofits and municipalities reduce operating expenses to create positive cash flow.
Also in 2007, Nalls was selected to be the subject of an Entrepreneurial Case Study by the Harvard Business School. His career and entrepreneurial endeavors has continued as a valuable component of the MBA curriculum. The case study has been expanded into a book entitled The Founder's Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup by Dr. Noam Wasserman. Barry holds a MBA from Southern Methodist University.
On January 1, 2015, Barry D. Nalls sold VYBRANZ to Danell Winsor, COO. VYBRANZ LLC now flies under the flag of a woman-owned business.
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