Quantum has announced that Jamie Lerner has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer and President. Lerner will also be appointed to Quantum’s Board of Directors.
A seasoned executive with experience developing innovative technology portfolios and leading high-growth organizations, Lerner will oversee the day-to-day leadership of Quantum, including its ongoing business transformation and cost savings initiatives.
Lerner brings strong storage industry knowledge and deep cross-functional management experience and has served in top executive roles at a number of global and Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco and Seagate. While at Cisco, Lerner led the turnaround of three business units under the Cloud and Systems Technology Group, and managed approximately 40 products with more than 2,500 employees.
Jamie Lerner, Chief Executive Officer and President, Quantum
At Seagate, he served as President of the Cloud Systems and Solutions business, where he integrated the Xyratex acquisition, turned around eight quarters of negative growth, and achieved four consecutive quarters of top line growth above the plan of record. Most recently, he served as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Pivot3, a hyper-converged infrastructure and video surveillance technology company, where he had responsibility for operations, global field sales, customer support, professional services, manufacturing and supply chain.
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