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 Marcus MacNeill as Vice President of Product Management, Derek Brown as Vice President of EMEA and Ron Brien as Vice President of Global Marketing.
“Building an exceptional company starts with recruiting the highest caliber people,” stated Greg Stock, President and CEO at Zenoss. “These three new additions to our team will add tremendous value to the future of Zenoss. With them, we will expand our global reach, ensure our product leadership and rapidly increase awareness of the Zenoss brand.”
Marcus MacNeill, Vice President, Product Management
Marcus MacNeill brings more than 25 years of experience developing, marketing and supporting enterprise software, and in his new role as Vice President of Product Management, he will be responsible for defining and driving Zenoss products and services to market. Prior to Zenoss, Marcus was Director of Product Management at Dell where he managed the ProSupport portfolio of enterprise hardware and software support offerings globally. Marcus has held senior product management and marketing positions at Hart InterCivic, Surgient, Troux Technologies, Vignette, Vantive and Oracle.
Derek Brown, Vice President, EMEA
Derek Brown is an accomplished senior executive with more than 25 years of experience in software sales and senior management roles in the Supply Chain, Logistics, Field Service and Customer Experience markets. As the Vice President of EMEA, Derek’s main responsibility is the development and growth of Zenoss in this European market, which entails working with existing customers and key partners, including Cisco, Accenture and Wipro, to extend the Zenoss solution.
Ron Brien, Vice President, Global Marketing
Ron Brien comes to Zenoss with more than 15 years of high-tech corporate strategy, enterprise sales and global marketing experience leading high-growth SaaS companies to breakthrough awareness and demand, market differentiation, and industry leadership. Previously, Ron honed his skills at Fortune 500 enterprises including Dell and Hewlett Packard as well as hyper growth companies Omniture (IPO, acquired by Adobe for $1.8B) and RightNow Technologies (IPO, acquired by Oracle for $1.5B). Ron has led international teams and won multiple independent American Business Awards (“Stevie Awards”) and Interactive Media Awards.
Last week, Zenoss announced record Q4 2014 results with 105% sales growth and 99% customer renewal rates. In June of 2014, Zenoss appointed Greg Stock as president and CEO and in September of 2014, Stock brought on industry veterans David Loia and Patrick Emerson to run Worldwide Sales and Business Development & Channels respectively.