INDIANAPOLIS -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Scale Computing, the leading developer of hyperconverged solutions, announced today that Tim Harvey has joined as chief financial officer. Harvey has more than 25 years of experience in high-tech financial management and will oversee Scale Computing’s financial strategy as it continues its rapid growth and expansion into new markets. He will report to Jeff Ready, the company’s CEO.
Harvey joined the company from Angie’s List, where he was the chief financial officer of the company. Before that, he was vice president of planning at WebEx, where he was responsible for all financial planning and analysis activities, management reporting, strategic planning and investor relations. He also held senior finance roles at other high-tech companies such as VERITAS and SGI.
“Tim is a great addition to our executive team here at Scale,” said Jeff Ready, Scale Computing CEO. “His experience in financial and operational management working with private and public technology companies in Silicon Valley and beyond, as well as his expertise in the IT infrastructure space are exactly what Scale needs in this growth and expansion phase. With Tim on board, we are looking forward to our continued drive toward innovation and international expansion.”
“I am pleased to be part of such an amazing team,” said Harvey. “We have some exciting times ahead of us as more and more customers are taking advantage of hyperconvergence and its immediate benefits to their business. I look forward to continue building on the momentum the company has as it continues to scale and enter key new markets.”
Since the launch of HC3 a year ago, Scale Computing has been accelerating growth of its hyperconverged platform, designed specifically for virtualization. The company has more than 700 customers today and has recently announced SCRIBE, a breakthrough technology and architecture for expanding hyperconvergence to a complete, distributed software-defined environment.
About Scale Computing
Scale Computing is the leader in hyperconvergence for midsized organizations. Its HC3™ platform seamlessly integrates servers, virtualization and storage into a single, easy-to-use and highly scalable platform, dramatically lowering the barriers and costs involved in keeping applications running in a highly available and scalable manner. By making complex infrastructure appear like a single server, the HC3 is the growing choice for hundreds of IT departments across a range of vertical markets. Founded in 2009, with headquarters in Indianapolis, the company has offices in San Mateo, Calif., and the United Kingdom. For more information, call 877-SCALE-59 or 317-856-9959; or visit http://www.scalecomputing.com or connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Spiceworks.