Shmulik Fishman is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Argyle, the leading employment data platform that provides companies access to user-permissioned records in real-time.

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Warning: This Is Harder Than It Looks

our teams get frustrated with themselves and each other over a statistical fact outside of anyone’s control: almost every company that starts fails. Why? We run out of money before turning a profit.

Teamwork
Warning: This Is Harder Than It Looks

The Office, A Love Letter

I didn’t go to 315 Park at 7AM daily because it was fun. The executive team at adap.tv liked it, and working beside them got me ahead. It worked. I took control of revenue forecasting for the CFO because I did what everyone else said was impossible – produce daily forecasts in 2013. The company […]

Teamwork
The Office, A Love Letter

Even the Greats Don’t Make Every Shot

In building companies and leading teams, I have that found you can’t win unless you keep perfecting your shot thousands of times.

Teamwork
Even the Greats Don’t Make Every Shot

How Hacking Harms Open Data Access

Since the dawn of data, the debate over who has ownership has vexed societies and their courts. From physical property to digital data, we continuously chase the legal nuances every medium. Each time we build morality and legal precedent around who holds claim to the original and who can copy it. Can you make a […]

Market
How Hacking Harms Open Data Access

The Broken Connection Between Payroll Data and Financial Access

Argyle is empowering income information for the next level of financial access using over 140 granular data points (like hours worked, title, years at a company, and more), so that financial institutions can accurately understand past income and future income, opening access to earned wages, paycheck-linked lending, and real-time information like never before.

Finance
The Broken Connection Between Payroll Data and Financial Access

There’s Only One Way to Accomplish the Improbable

Your A-game is your input; it’s getting a good night of sleep, staying intellectually curious, going the extra mile for a client and colleague, or staying up late until the code has been patched and is back in production.

Teamwork
There’s Only One Way to Accomplish the Improbable