Company creates new role to accelerate global expansion
ArangoDB, the company behind the leading native multi-model database, today announced that Luca Olivari has formally joined as President. Luca will work with the founders, board of directors and advisory council to accelerate global expansion.
“It has been a privilege to work with the founders and the rest of the team for a few months as an Advisor and witness first hand how ArangoDB helps enterprise customers to unwind complexity and improve developer productivity,” said Olivari. “As President, I will be focused on building our global customer facing functions, a productive ecosystem and a committed community.”
Luca Olivari is a software executive and advisor with almost two decades of experience. He has held several senior leadership positions at public as well as venture-backed, high-growth startups. Before running the international Business Development and Strategy at MongoDB, he led the MySQL Sales Consulting across EMEA at Oracle. Prior to joining ArangoDB as the next big thing in the database world, Luca served as Chief Data Officer at ContactLab, a leading engagement marketing cloud provider.
As part of the global acceleration, Arun Kumar Dubey, former Sales Executive at Oracle and Corporate Sales Director at OrientDB, will also join the company. Further experienced hires will be announced shortly.
“Luca has been an ideal advisor over the past few months and has been instrumental in helping us establishing firm plans to become a challenger to legacy relational and single-model databases,” said Claudius Weinberger, ArangoDB CEO. “I look forward to working with Luca and Arun as we execute on our vision of simplifying complexity and providing a new breed of database to developers with ambitious projects.”
The last year has brought tremendous progress for ArangoDB, with the company extending its product capabilities, increasing its global community, serving a number of Fortune 500 companies and increasing sales and support resources in key regions.
Luca Olivari will host a webinar on May 16th 2017 – “The native multi-model approach and its benefits for developers, architects and DevOps”. Register here.