Quest Software, a global systems management and security software provider, today announced three new additions to its executive leadership team. Greg Randolph has joined as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer, Colleen Langevin has joined as Chief Marketing Officer, and Chris DeBiase has been named Chief Operations Officer. These appointments follow the recent announcement of Patrick Nichols as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer, and will ignite business acceleration for Quest globally and ensure the delivery of even more value to customers.
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Greg Randolph, Chief Revenue Officer, Quest Software (Photo: Business Wire)
“It’s an exciting time for Quest and with this new leadership team, we are in a great position to become a global powerhouse in the industry,” said Patrick Nichols, CEO at Quest Software. “Greg’s proven track record as a successful global enterprise sales leader, Colleen’s deep experience in building and executing successful go-to-market campaigns for B2B software companies, and Chris’s strong data analytics and business operations management capabilities tee us up for global success and growth, and allow us to deliver a larger offering to our customers to support their growth.”
As chief revenue officer, Greg Randolph will be responsible for driving global enterprise sales across Quest’s solutions portfolio and cultivating new growth opportunities. With over 20 years of experience in enterprise sales and executive management, Randolph joins Quest from MobileIron where he served as senior vice president, worldwide sales. Randolph’s career also includes several years at CA Technologies where he most recently served as SVP & GM of Global Sales for CA Technologies Enterprise Security business.
Colleen Langevin has spent more than two decades in marketing and leading marketing teams through all stages of growth and has a proven track record in successfully managing and executing go-to-market strategies for companies of all sizes and sectors in both B2C and B2B sectors. She will bring this rich history and vast experience in enterprise technology to her role as Quest’s new chief marketing officer. Before joining Quest, Langevin was the managing director of marketing at Vista Consulting Group. Prior to this, she was CMO at Epicor and has also held marketing leadership positions at CLEAResult, Iron Mountain and Dell Software.
Chris DeBiase joins as the new chief operations officer and will be responsible for ensuring every facet of Quest’s operations is optimized to support the company’s business objectives. With over 20 years of experience in software and technology, DeBiase has previously held senior research analyst roles in the financial sector and executive management positions for several software companies, most recently CFO at Aspect Software.
Randolph, Langevin and DeBiase will report to Patrick Nichols, CEO at Quest Software.
Quest provides software solutions for the rapidly changing world of enterprise IT that help simplify the challenges caused by data explosion, cloud expansion, hybrid data centers, security threats and regulatory requirements. The company is a global provider to 130,000 companies across 100 countries, including 95% of the Fortune 500 and 90% of the Global 1000. Since 1987, Quest has built a portfolio of solutions which now includes database management, data protection, identity and access management, Microsoft platform management and unified endpoint management. With Quest, organizations spend less time on IT administration and more time on business innovation. For more information, visit www.quest.com.