Atomiton Appoints Big Data and Security Sales Veteran Scott Sullivan as VP of Worldwide Sales and Channels
SUNNYVALE, Calif - Atomiton®, a global provider of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, announced today that Scott Sullivan has joined the company as vice president of worldwide sales & channels. With more than 25 years of experience, Sullivan is a proven leader of sales management for technology companies that have defined or redefined markets in cloud, security and big data analytics.
As vice president of worldwide sales and channels, Sullivan will expand Atomiton’s global footprint by helping industrial customers drive digital transformations. He’ll leverage Atomiton’s IIoT solutions to help customers identify operational efficiencies, provide IT/OT convergent solutions in real time and generate solid return on investment. His prowess in growing markets makes him a key hire for Atomiton as it looks to expand strategic partnerships with customers in the oil and gas, manufacturing, smart city and industrial automation industries.
“So far, IoT solutions have been focused on data aggregation, not actionable operational intelligence. Atomiton is helping industrial companies deliver those actions at the right time, in the right place,” said Jane Ren, CEO of Atomiton. “Scott’s experience expanding and managing a global sales team and channel strategy makes him a perfect fit to work with our customers and help them drive operational efficiency and innovate on their businesses.”
Prior to joining Atomiton, Sullivan served as executive vice president of worldwide sales, channels & alliances at VSS Monitoring. Sullivan has also held senior leadership positions at Gigamon, Intera Group and Vidsoft. Additionally, he is an active board member with SlashNext and Enterprise GRC. Sullivan holds a Master of Business Administration from Lesley University and is a former Marine Tank Commander.
“There is a tremendous amount of potential for IoT, but focusing on delivering ROI-driven business solutions is critical,” said Sullivan. “I look forward to working with our strategic customers and partners to deliver proven best-of-breed solutions.”
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