Focused on large enterprises, Verivo is well positioned to meet the demands of the rapidly growing enterprise mobility market. As the demand for multiple complex enterprise apps grows, enterprise architects are shifting their focus from quick, isolated development projects to a long-term view of their mobile strategy and infrastructures that support not only development, but security and governance as well.
"The market for mobile application platforms (MAPs) has been a turbulent one, since IT has not adopted these tools as readily as other enterprise mobility management technologies," said
In his new role, Gregg is responsible for the overall strategy and management of Verivo. He brings more than 25 years of experience partnering with large enterprises as they work through technology transitions such as client/server, web, SOA, and now enterprise mobility.
Prior to joining Verivo, Bjork was an independent advisor working with companies at all stages of development, helping launch new products and building companies for rapid growth and scale. Before that, he was president and CEO of
Coco has more than 20 years of experience marketing to large enterprises. She brings a focus on building high-performing marketing teams who engage the enterprise infrastructure market at all levels. She has played a pivotal role in launching successful go-to-market strategies that include product marketing, business development, lead generation, and industry leadership.
Prior to joining Verivo, Coco was vice president of marketing at Tokutek and held senior positions at integration software and data management software companies. She was instrumental in building marketing organizations for enterprise software companies such as
"I am very excited to work with enterprise-focused executives like Gregg and Coco," said
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