SaaS Unicorn Infoblox Welcomes Mitch Breen as Chief Revenue Officer

SaaS Unicorn Infoblox Welcomes Mitch Breen as Chief Revenue Officer

Breen joins to grow Infoblox’s cloud-first business

Infoblox Inc., the leader in Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services, announced the appointment of cloud industry veteran Mitch Breen as Chief Revenue Officer. Reporting to CEO Jesper Andersen, Breen will work closely with sales, channel, and other leaders across Infoblox to identify additional market opportunities for Infoblox’s cloud-first strategy to extend the company’s 15 consecutive quarters of growth.

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“The COVID-19 shutdowns accelerated the need for cloud-first infrastructure, such as our BloxOne family of networking and security offerings,” Andersen said. “Mitch brings invaluable ingenuity to our team from his experience developing bold go-to-market transformation strategies that spurred modern high-tech companies large and small to next level growth.”

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“I am thrilled to be joining Infoblox at such an exciting time in the company’s history,” Breen said. “I look forward to working with this talented team to bring cloud-first networking and security services that are critical for customers who are building hybrid work infrastructure for the post-pandemic business world.”

Breen joins with over 30 years of experience innovating revenue models for high growth technology companies. He most recently served as the Chief Revenue Officer of Big Switch Networks (acquired by Arista Networks) and previously held senior management roles at Oracle, EMC, Plexxi Network, and SimpliVity.

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