He has a consistent track record of leading and scaling high growth organizations from sub $20M to billions through complex and often ambiguous go-to-market challenges. Success has required creating and executing bold strategies to enter new markets and build predictable revenue growth. The most important foundational element has been a proven track record of servant leadership. Creating an environment where people are growing and developing as they take risks and make the mistakes necessary for ongoing success.
He most recently served as President DT Select Group at Dell Technologies, now a $10 billion business, responsible for strategic planning, business operations, go-to-market, and management of key functions for Dell’s most strategic global relationships, including sales, channels, services, and field marketing.
Previously he spent five years at VMware and led business operations for the company’s Americas region, bringing more than 20 years of experience in U.S. and international markets, storage and information software, and global sales and service. Prior to VMware, he spent 19 years at EMC, where he led global channels, OEMs, and go-to-market strategy. While at EMC he also held executive and operational leadership positions for sales and services across Latin America and for the company’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) regions.
Join Randy Seidl and David Nour on this episode of The Sales Community #TechSalesInsights podcast with servant leader and board advisor, Jeff Casale.
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