Ed Filippine Becomes CloudHealth Technologies’ Chief Revenue Officer

Ed Filippine has joined CloudHealth Technologies as its new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Ed joined the firm from Carbon Black, where he spent five years serving as its Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Operations. Prior to joining Carbon Black, Ed held leadership positions at EMC Corporation, Acronis, and Vertica Systems, an HP Company. During his time at Carbon Black, Ed took the firm from double digit to triple digit growth.

CloudHealth Technologies has registered more than 80% growth for two consecutive years. Ed has been tasked with accelerating revenue generation across the entire company and scaling the sales organization and strategy globally. Ed will report directly to the CEO.

“I am thrilled Ed is joining the team. His background of driving highly successful revenue operations will be a significant value-add as we enter the next stage of expansion and continue to be laser focused on creating the best possible customer value and experience,” said Tom Axbey, President and CEO of CloudHealth Technologies.

The decision to join CloudHealth Technologies was straightforward. “Not only is the company known for offering the industry’s most trusted cloud management platform that is truly differentiated in the market, the management team is world-class. I am proud to be joining such an extraordinary organization,” said Ed.

CloudHealth Technologies leads the market in cloud management and cost optimization and is now helping record numbers of midmarket and large enterprise clients manage their cloud resources more effectively and improve efficiency through a cohesive cloud strategy based on integrated reporting, active policy management and strategic recommendations. CloudHealth customers now include Cox Automotive, Suncorp, Sumo Logic, Amtrak and News Corp.

Ed Filippine is the third addition to the executive team at CloudHealth Technologies since September when Tom Axbey was appointed as the firm’s new president and CEO. Tom Axbey was joined by Greg Nicastro in January, who was appointed as CloudHealth Technologies’ Chief Product Officer.

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news