Leadership

Zerto Expands Executive Leadership Team with Appointment of Chief Revenue Officer

A new position to build on the company's high-growth partner and customer strategy 

Zerto, an industry leader for IT resilience, today announced the appointment of Ed Carter as chief revenue officer. The role will focus on leading Zerto's global sales team and building on this year's record-breaking growth.   

Zerto's total cloud and enterprise sales in Q1 2018 have far surpassed total cloud and enterprise sales in Q1 2017. Carter joins Zerto to build on this momentum. He and the sales team will focus on acquiring new customers, growing enterprise and existing accounts and building Zerto's partner GTM strategy to increase strategic partner revenue and deepen relationships across the company's partner ecosystem. Carter will also be instrumental in an aggressive growth strategy as Zerto continues to build itself into a world-class company. 

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Grazed from Cloud Computing Tech. Author: David Deans.

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Grazed from ScientficComputing. Author: Editorial Staff.

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