See our leadership team below.
As AppSense CEO, Scott is responsible for delivering customer success, building a strong and capable team, and growing shareholder value.
Prior to joining AppSense, Scott was President and CEO of MarketTools. Under Scott's leadership the company dramatically expanded its software-as-a-service offerings to enable more rapid, cost effective, and insightful business decisions based on actionable customer insights, leveraging brands such as Zoomerang, CustomerSat.com, and TrueSample.
Scott also served as COO and interim CEO of Borland Software (Nasdaq BORL), now a subsidiary of Micro Focus. At Borland, Scott led the repositioning of the company toward Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions to help enterprise software development organizations derive greater value from their investments. Scott began his career at McKinsey & Company where he served leading technology clients on a wide range of strategic, go to market, and business building topics. He helped build the firm's practice in Silicon Valley and led the Technology and Telecom practice on the US West Coast.
Scott has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Duke University and an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Nick oversees all sales, services, and strategic alliances within the EMEA and APAC regions, as well driving additional business in new EMEA and APAC territories.
Nick has over twenty years of experience in software & technology sales and sales management. Previously heading up Check Point's largest region (Western Europe), he led many strategic projects influencing the direction of the business and out-growing the rest of the company.
Previously Nick has also held senior positions in sales management at Sun Microsystems and Nortel where he was part of the acquisition of Bay Networks. He studied for an MA in Computer Science at Queen's College Cambridge and holds a BSc in Electronic Engineering from the University of Portsmouth.
Carl leads all sales and services within the Americas including the US, Canada and Latin America.
Carl brings 17 years of sales related experience from the enterprise software industry around the world. He has held leadership and executive management roles at HP Enterprise Security, BMC Software, SAP and PeopleSoft, building high performing sales organizations centered on strong go-to-market strategies and operational excellence leading to accelerated growth.
Carl holds a BA of Economics at The University of Georgia.
Ravi is responsible for all Mobile solutions, products and operations at AppSense. A proven entrepreneur, Ravi previously was CEO and Co-founder of RAPsphere which was acquired by AppSense in 2012. Ravi leads all mobile initiatives worldwide and supports the expansion of user-virtualization technology solutions across desktops and mobile devices.
Ravi brings a wide range of industry experience and expertise across cloud and mobile. Ravi held senior sales leadership positions at PacketMotion, Moka5, Ironport Systems and PostX. In addition, he was Co-Founder of CrewManager ASP which was acquired by Unique Business Systems in 2001. Ravi earned an MBA from UCLA, Anderson and attended University of California, Santa Barbara.
Keith is responsible for driving AppSense's global development strategy and continuing to build its world-class development team. Responsible for all development platforms including Windows and mobile devices and with development teams spanning Europe and US, Keith works with Product Management to ensure the right products for the AppSense customer base.
A 30-year veteran of the software industry, Keith spent 13 years in executive product development roles at Citrix, joining the company through the acquisition of Insignia Solutions, an x86 emulation company. During his time at Citrix, he successfully grew existing development teams as well as setting up sizeable new product teams from scratch and taking on new sites through multiple acquisitions. Keith has led teams of up to 500 developers and was responsible for many of the core product teams that achieved great success in their lifecycle; most notably scaling up Citrix XenApp to a strategic $1 billion plus product and delivering the first versions of XenDesktop.
He has an MA in Engineering from Trinity College, Cambridge University.
As AppSense's Chief Financial Officer, Jon is responsible for all aspects of the company’s finance organization, including accounting and reporting, financial planning, internal controls, treasury and tax. With the overall finance organization objective, of supporting the business in pursuit of its strategic aims and business objectives whilst ensuring the Company operates within a strong control environment.
Prior to AppSense, Jon was CFO of leading Information Security Services company, HP Information Security, where as a key member of the Operations Board he was part of the team that led the Company, post acquisition by EDS/ HP through a period of significant growth, and led the financial integration into the HP corporate organization.
Jon started his career at KPMG where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant.
As Chief People Officer, Michelle is responsible for developing and driving the global people strategy for AppSense and delivering innovative HR services and solutions that fuel the company’s growth. She oversees talent acquisition, rewards and recognition, organizational and leadership development and talent management. Michelle and her regionally based HR team work closely with leaders to ensure that we attract world class people to AppSense and continue to enable their development within our unique culture.
With more than 20 years in human resources, Michelle has led world-class HR teams in technology, finance and professional services industries. Previously, Michelle served as Vice President of Human Resources for Trend Micro, driving the global HR strategy for the Commercial and Consumer business units and leading the HR operation for the North America. Prior to Trend Micro, Michelle served in various HR-related leadership roles at Washington Mutual, PeopleSoft, BEA Systems, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Cadence Design Systems.