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@Zenoss Bolsters Executive Team With Two Technology Veterans
Zenoss Inc., the leading provider of unified monitoring and analytics solutions for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructure and applications, today announced it has named David Loia as Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Patrick Emerson as Vice President of Business Development and Channels. 

"Upon taking the helm of Zenoss in June, I set out to bring in two prolific, game-changing executives," states Greg Stock, President and CEO at Zenoss. "I couldn't be more pleased with the results of our process. David and Pat have both have a track record of success that include high growth and high integrity. I couldn't be more confident about the future of Zenoss." 

David Loia brings an impressive track record of revenue growth at enterprise software companies that have successfully achieved hyper-growth organically and through acquisition, gone public, and been acquired, including: Humantelligence, Next IT, RightNow Technologies, and Siebel Systems. David began his software career at NASA AMES, Procter & Gamble and Oracle. David holds a MS Engineering from Stanford University, and a MBA from the Harvard Business School.

"With its open source roots, robust enterprise-class solutions, and blue-chip customer list, Zenoss has proven that it is uniquely able to solve the most pressing challenges in large scale computing, complex networks, and big data applications," states David Loia. "With the explosive growth of virtualization across the modern IT environment, Zenoss is extremely well-positioned to realize aggressive customer acquisition and revenue growth plans."

Patrick Emerson has joined Zenoss as vice president of business development and channels. His charter will be to create and develop revenue generating relationships with strategic partners, as well as with regional channel partners on a global basis. 

Pat spent the past 8 years at EMC where he had worldwide responsibility for EMC's GSI relationships and all Channels & Alliances for the Americas. He helped reinvigorate EMC's relationships with Capgemini and Deloitte, tripling revenue through these partners over the past three years. Prior to this, Pat held positions as VP of Sales and Business Development for Troux Technologies, DataBeam (acquired by Lotus Development), Octel Communications (acquired by Lucent), and Software Publishing. Pat studied in the computer-based management systems BS program at Clarkson University.

"My experience at EMC and other large technology leaders lends itself to my focus at Zenoss working with strategic partners like Cisco and ServiceNow, as well as with regional and global channel partners," said Emerson. "Zenoss is well respected in the industry and I am thrilled to join the team and expand our footprint."

Published Tuesday, September 09, 2014 6:16 PM by David Marshall
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