New CEO Gary Bishop succeeds Dustin Snell, the firm’s current CEO, chief software architect and founder
Network Automation, a provider of IT and business process automation software, has appointed its former chief strategy officer Gary Bishop as its new chief executive officer.
Bishop succeeds Dustin Snell, the firm’s current CEO, chief software architect and founder, who will continue as a full-time chief software architect of Network Automation.
Bishop, who joined Network Automation in 2009, will be responsible for corporate growth, profitability and the satisfaction of customers, employees and shareholders.
In his new capacity, Bishop will build upon the company’s market execution activities including sales, marketing, product management, professional services and corporate development.
Network Automation CEO Gary Bishop said their automation expertise and product strength, combined with avid market demand makes this opportunity incredibly exciting.
"Automation software is experiencing very strong growth due to demand for efficiency and increased IT and business process complexity and our success is attributable to excellent market execution, exceptional product innovation, unique scalability, and the caliber of service we provide to our customers," Bishop said.
The appoinment was effective from 1 January 2011, the start of its third quarter of fiscal year 2011.