AUSTIN, Texas -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Gravitant®, the leading software company in the enterprise cloud brokerage and management market, today announced it has hired veteran sales executive Tim Galligan as its new Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
“We are pleased to have an executive of Tim Galligan’s caliber join Gravitant to lead our sales organization,” said Mohammed Farooq, Chairman and CEO of Gravitant. “Tim’s track record of driving strong sales growth at a number of software startups will serve Gravitant and its customers well as we continue to deliver innovative solutions for cloud computing.”
Tim Galligan brings more than 23 years of experience in enterprise software to Gravitant and will be responsible for all aspects of sales of Gravitant’s cloudMatrix solution to strategic Systems Integrators and Enterprise customers who are looking to realize and maximize the value of delivering multi-cloud solutions to their customers.
Prior to joining Gravitant, Tim was SVP of Customer Operations at Zenoss. During his 6-plus year tenure at Zenoss, Tim drove annualized revenue growth of 128 percent and helped establish Zenoss as a leader in the field of IT Operations Management. Earlier, Tim held sales executive leadership roles at Sun Microsystems, Bowstreet, Motive Communications and Tivoli, where he was Vice President of Technical Sales from its formative stage through its acquisition by IBM.
“I am excited to join Gravitant,” said Tim Galligan. “The Gravitant team has built an outstanding solution with great customer receptivity. We have an opportunity to transform IT through the intelligent use of cloud computing.”
Gravitant (http://www.gravitant.com) provides transformational cloud brokerage and management. We power the longest running enterprise cloud brokerage in the industry and are trusted by some of the largest enterprises in the country for their IT-as-a-Service platform. Gravitant’s cloudMatrix makes it easy to select, procure, consume, and manage cloud services and enables users to move from a slow service-ticket model to an agile design-to-order model. The results: improved time-to-value from months to minutes and IT costs slashed by up to 50%.