New Lotus General Manager: Bob Picciano, VP WW Sales, IBM Information Management

by Volker Weber

According to Ed Brill, Bob Picciano will be the new Lotus General Manager. You can find a more recent bio on ZDnet China:

Bob Picciano is IBM’s Vice President of Worldwide Information Management Sales where he is responsible for sales and operations over the entire spectrum of Information Management’s award winning products and services, a multi-billion dollar product set that is sold in over 130 countries around the world. Mr. Picciano reports directly to Ambuj Goyal, IBM’s General Manager of Information Management. He is also a member of IBM’s Integration and Values team, a hand picked senior leadership team of IBM’s top 300 executives that was formed to provide guidance across IBM on various business and strategic issues.

In his most previous roles Mr. Picciano was VP of Data Servers, responsible for business line performance of IBM’s highly successful database portfolio of software products including DB2, Informix IDS, Cloudscape, RedBrick, and XPS. From 2001 to 2004, Mr. Picciano led the worldwide development and support of DB2 Linux, Windows and Unix platforms as IBM’s Vice President of Database Technology and performed his worldwide duties while on international assignment leading the team from IBM’s Toronto Software Development Laboratory in Markham, Canada.

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