Ingram Micro Cloud declared the appointment of Victor Baez as vice president of global cloud channel sales and Rony Lerner as vice president of engineering. Baez will be leading the sales team and deliver on growth and revenue goals. Lerner will supervise professional strategy and execution, assumed leadership and innovation, intellectual property protection, and research and development.
To enhance cloud executive leadership team
They will work under the company’s cloud executive leadership team that is committed to curating pivotal technologies and services for channel resellers to create or extend their own cloud ecosystem that plays a key part in the progress of global technology startups.
President of Ingram Micro Cloud, Nimesh Dave stated that both Rony and Victor bring a wealth of expertise and experience that will be crucial in helping Ingram Micro Cloud understand its crucial mission of allowing and guarantee the success of cloud via the more as a service. He further said that the company welcomes them to their team and look ahead to their (Rony and Victor) experience and passion as we offer added innovation, more technical expertise, and purpose to our reselling partners.
Before joining Ingram, Victor Baez leaded safety, cloud, and infrastructure technology teams at VMware, where he ran global security channel sales following the Carbon Black acquisition. He further held various leadership roles at Microsoft, including the control of global distribution and Indirect Channels. He obtained his MBA from the University of Chicago.
Rony Lerner, the vice president of engineering of Micro Cloud, has more further than 20-years of experience in software development, security, and product development to Ingram Micro Cloud. Earlier, he worked as the vice president of engineering and cloud operations at Cedexis. Lerner additionally served as the VP of Research and Development at Tripwire and managed the R&D team at Quest Software, supervising the release of an excess of 40 products. He graduated in B.Sc. in Computer Science from Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology.