News: Zoom names ex-Googler Greg Tomb as president

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Zoom names ex-Googler Greg Tomb as president

Tomb is an industry veteran with over twenty years of experience and counts Google Cloud, Google Workspace, SMB, Data & Analytics, Geo Enterprises, and Security Sales.
Zoom names ex-Googler Greg Tomb as president

Zoom Video Communications, commonly known as Zoom, has announced the appointment of Greg Tomb as the company's President effective June 7, 2022. 

Tomb would be reporting to the Zoom founder and CEO Eric S. Yuan. As the new President, Tomb will oversee the company’s go-to-market strategy, revenue efforts, and office of the Global CIO. His expertise will help shape Zoom's next chapter as the company continues transforming into a multi-product platform that enables communication, hybrid work, and an expanding number of business workflows.

“I am so excited to welcome Greg to the Zoom team. Greg is a highly-respected technology industry leader and has deep experience in helping to scale companies at critical junctures. His strategic thinking, can-do attitude, and value of care he brings to customers make him the perfect addition to our strong leadership team,” said Eric S. Yuan, Zoom founder and CEO.

Tomb brings more than two decades of experience and comes to Zoom from Google Cloud, where he was most recently Vice President of Sales, Google Workspace, SMB, Data & Analytics, Geo Enterprises, and Security Sales.

Tomb said about his appointment, “I’m thrilled to join forces with Eric and the Zoom team to help drive growth. I strongly believe that Zoom has an impressive foundation with its multi-product platform, and I look forward to the tremendous opportunities ahead to help businesses around the world address their communications and collaboration needs.”

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Topics: Appointments, Leadership, C-Suite

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