Carrie Reber VP WW Marketing, DataCoreComing from Datto, Infinio, Veeam and Quest
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2016.12.14
DataCore Software Corporation appointed Carrie Reber as VP of worldwide marketing.
She will drive the company's sales and channel initiatives to capitalize on the compelling productivity and performance benefits of parallel processing software. She is a technology marketing and communications veteran with experience building and leading marketing teams, developing and managing strategic positioning and communications plans, and raising industry visibility for B-to-B software companies.
With more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, she most recently served as VP, international marketing at Datto. Prior to that, she worked in senior positions at Infinio, and built the marketing organization and go-to-market initiatives that supported Veeam's rapid growth from start-up to $100 million in revenue. Earlier, she served as director of product public relations and analyst relations at Quest Software, and worked in various marketing capacities for companies including Aelita Software, Legent Corp. and CompuServe.
As DataCore's Parallel I/O technology continues to drive performance and price-performance for its Hyper-converged Virtual SAN and SANsymphony software-defined storage solutions, the company has experienced double-digit growth in key regions in the Americas, EMEA and APAC.
A key focus of Reber's will be to continue to build DataCore's global brand recognition while spotlighting the advantages and value proposition of Parallel I/O, which unleashes the power and productivity of parallel processing to drive storage performance and record response time for database, analytics, real-time and transactional processing applications.
"I am delighted that someone of Carrie's caliber and experience is joining our team," said George Teixeira, president and CEO. "As a company with more than 10,000 successful customer deployments, we need to promote our achievements and reach out to new customers to grow our core business. Strategically, we need to capitalize on our breakthrough parallel processing technology and exploit the new opportunities it will open in 2017. Carrie's strong execution and management will be instrumental in helping DataCore make these strategic initiatives successful."