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Sales Lead Management Association Radio/Podcast

Nov 2018

Ready, Set, Grow! with guest, Greg Stock, CEO - Zenoss

November 12, 2018


Host, Laura Patterson interviews Greg Stock, CEO, Zenoss for her monthly program: Ready, Set, Grow! 

Ready, Set, Grow! is to provide a venue for CXOs to share their insights on what it takes to successfully achieve organic growth, lessons learned, the role they believe Marketing needs to play in growth and how they measure Marketing’s contribution beyond this “quarters” revenue. 

About Greg Stock:

Four-time software CEO Greg Stock is known for developing award-winning software applications, transforming organizational cultures, and successfully guiding companies through venture funding, M&A, and IPO. Greg’s track record spans more than 20 years of executive leadership with high-growth companies including Vovici (acquired by Verint), Mirage Networks (acquired by Trustwave), Vastera (IPO), and Manugistics (IPO).  Currently, Greg is the Chairman and CEO of Zenoss, a leader in IT Management software in Austin, Texas. Greg has led Zenoss to double-digit growth for four consecutive years and helped the company claim its spot as a 2017 Austin Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” and 2016 Forbes “Best Places to Work.” Greg has also been named as a finalist for E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017 and 2018. Greg holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Penn State. He still holds the record as the longest-tenured Drum Major in Blue Band history serving from 1982-1987.  He was the Smeal College’s first recipient of the Distinguished Undergraduate Achievement Award in 2008 and for the past 13 years, Greg has been a guest lecturer and mentor in the Smeal MBA Program. 

About Zenoss:

Zenoss helps the world’s largest organizations ensure their IT services and applications are always on.  From top secret military missions, to filling online prescriptions, or broadcasting the world’s most popular TV shows, Zenoss helps organizations keep mission critical services running by predicting and eliminated IT outages through IT Management Software.