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Pepperdata Anticipates Doubling Team Within a Year to Support Increase in Seven-Figure Sales Deals
CUPERTINO, Calif., Sept. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pepperdata, the leader in Application Performance Management (APM) for big data success, announced the appointment of two executives reporting to CEO Ash Munshi. The appointments include Charles Marker as Vice President of Engineering and Dan Marx as Vice President of Sales. This announcement comes on the heels of the company’s latest funding, which Pepperdata will allocate to hiring and product development as it continues to deliver on feature requests from customers to support their mission-critical big data deployments.
Charles Marker joins Pepperdata as VP of Engineering from his previous position as Global Head of Engineering at Guidewire Software. Prior to Guidewire, Mr. Marker held Engineering VP positions at Kontagent, Yahoo, Qualcomm and Atheros. Dan Marx, who has been with Pepperdata since 2014, has been named VP of Sales. Mr. Marx brings deep expertise and experience in enterprise sales, including extensive success in big data technology sales at WANdisco and Zettaset.
“We are excited about the contagious enthusiasm and deep expertise Charles and Dan bring to Pepperdata,” said Mr. Munshi, Pepperdata CEO. “As we close more and more seven-figure deals, we are pleased to have the funding necessary to make appointments like these, and we will continue expanding to support the tremendous growth we’re experiencing. We anticipate more than doubling our team within a year.”
“Pepperdata is the leader in Application Performance Management for big data, delivering scalable solutions that enable Fortune 100 companies to achieve successful outcomes from their investments. We continue to be impressed with Pepperdata’s ability to facilitate adoption by these leading companies by identifying use cases that benefit from APM. We are pleased to work with them as they continue to execute their strategy,” said Jim McLean, Managing Director at Silicon Valley Data Capital.
“We were impressed to see the world’s biggest and best AI-driven companies already using Pepperdata so their Hadoop and Spark clusters perform at scale. Pepperdata helps ensure these global brands in e-commerce, voice applications and consumer banking optimize both the productivity and performance of their big data practices. Their continued team and company growth is exciting,” said Greg Sands, Managing Partner at Costanoa Ventures.
Since its founding in 2012, Pepperdata has established itself as a leader in APM for big data success, delivering proven products, operational experience, and deep expertise for its customers. Pepperdata is deployed at Fortune 100 companies in financial services, retail, healthcare, telecommunications and more, totaling more than 250 production clusters with 30,000 nodes spanning all big data distributions and hardware configurations. With the level of data the company collects — over 550 million jobs and 600 trillion data points annually — and its extensive global enterprise experience, Pepperdata is the wise choice for companies looking to get more value and optimal performance from their big data investments.
Pepperdata will be exhibiting at the Strata Data Conference at the Jacob Javits Center (booth 741) in New York City, September 12th and 13th.
Pepperdata is the leader in Application Performance Management solutions and services for big data success, solving application and platform issues throughout the stack for developers as well as capacity and infrastructure managers. The company partners with its customers to provide proven products, operational experience, and deep expertise to deliver predictable performance, empowered users, managed costs and managed growth for their big data investments, both on-premise and in the cloud. Leading companies like Comcast, Philips Wellcentive and NBC Universal depend on Pepperdata to deliver big data success.
Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Cupertino, California, Pepperdata has attracted executive and engineering talent from Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and Netflix. Pepperdata investors include Costanoa Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, Silicon Valley Data Capital and Wing Venture Capital, along with leading high-profile individual investors. For more information, visit www.pepperdata.com.
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