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SnapLogic is an integration platform that allows companies to connect any number of applications both in the Cloud and on premise.


SnapLogic is an integration platform that allows companies to connect any number of applications both in the Cloud and on premise.

iCrowd Newswire - Jul 12, 2019

SnapLogic is an integration platform that allows companies to connect any number of applications both in the Cloud and on premise. With its integration suite, which includes SnapLogic Server, SnapLogic Designer and the SnapStore, companies are no longer required to rely on time consuming and expensive hand coding to solve integration challenges. 

The SnapLogic integration platform enables the seamless communication of legacy and Cloud applications. Built on a RESTful architecture and leveraging web 2.0 technologies, SnapLogic connects applications through a standardized SnapLogic engine. Build projects quickly and easily with full interface support from the native SnapLogic library and SnapStore components. 

For more information, go to www.snaplogic.com

Management

Chief Executive Officer
Guarav Dhillon

Guarav DhillonAn early investor in SnapLogic, Gaurav joined as CEO in 2009 when he saw the tremendous potential for the company’s cloud and on-premise integration products, strategy, and unique business model. Gaurav has spearheaded the rapid growth of the company and manages its financing, products, strategic relationships, and operations. 

As the former CEO of Informatica Corporation, (Nasdaq; INFA) a silicon valley company that he co-founded in 1992, Gaurav feels that there is more to be accomplished in connecting companies’ applications and data sources. He should know; as he was Informatica’s first employee, and CEO for more than 12 years, where he led Informatica from a startup idea to a leading software enterprise with customers and operations around the world. His tenure at Informatica included the initial company launch, its successful IPO, and expansion to Europe and Asia.

Chief Financial Officer
Spencer Punter

Spencer PunterSpencer Punter is the CFO at SnapLogic, an integration platform that allows companies to connect any number of applications both in the Cloud and on premise. 

Vice President Marketing
Clark Newby

Clark NewbyClark is Vice President of Marketing at Intacct, where he oversees demand generation, product marketing, partner marketing, and marketing communications. 

Clark was previously Senior Vice President of Marketing and Alliances at SnapLogic. Before that, he served as Vice President of Marketing at Workday, leading marketing strategy, branding, demand generation, corporate communications, product marketing and customer community efforts worldwide. 

Prior to joining Workday, Clark was vice president of marketing for Fortify Software, a leader in software security recently acquired by HP. He was previously vice president of marketing for data center software company PolyServe, where he drove strategic marketing and communications initiatives and led product marketing through the company’s 2007 acquisition by HP. Clark also held marketing leadership roles at Mercury Interactive, Kintana and Silicon Graphics.

Chief Executive Officer
Chris Marino

 

Advisor
Geva Perry

Geva PerryGeva Perry has more than 15 years of experience as an executive in the enterprise software industry. 

His blog, Thinking Out Cloud, on cloud computing and software-as-a-service strategy and marketing is widely read and he is a frequent speaker on the topic. Geva has been named as one of the Top 25 Most Influential People in the Hosting Industry, Top 50 Cloud Computing Bloggers and one of the 12 Top Thinkers in Cloud Computing. 

Geva has been a strategy and marketing advisor to a number of companies, including Deutsche Telekom, NEC, Internap, New Relic, Twilio, Sauce Labs, Heroku/Salesforce.com, Akiban, Xeround, Totango, Application Craft, JFrog, Isomorphic, NewVem, CloudPassage, CloudScaling, Mirantis and others. 

He also serves on the board of directors of Upstream Commerce and BlazeMeter. Until 2008 Geva spent five years at GigaSpaces Technologies where he played a variety of executive roles.

Director
Ben Horowitz

Ben HorowitzBen Horowitz is a co-founder and general partner of the venture capital fund, [Andreessen Horowitz](/financial-organization/andreessen-horowitz). 

Horowitz was a co-founder and CEO of Opsware (formerly Loudcloud), which was acquired by HP in 2007, and Horowitz was appointed vice president and general manager of Business Technology Optimization for Software at [HP](/company/hewlett-packard). Earlier, he was vice president and general manager of America Online’s E-commerce Platform division, where he oversaw development of the company’s flagship [email protected] service. 

Previously, Horowitz ran several product divisions at Netscape Communications. Horowitz also served as vice president of Netscape’s widely acclaimed Directory and Security product line. Before joining Netscape in July 1995, he held various senior product marketing positions at Lotus Development Corporation.

Director
Frank Artale

Frank ArtaleFrank Artale is a Managing Director Ignition Partners where he focuses on enterprise software investments including cloud and big data products. His investments include AppFog, Apprenda, Blue Stacks, Bromium, Cloudera, Couchbase, ScaleXtreme, and ServiceMesh. He is a Director at Skytap. 

He was most recently vice president, business development at Citrix Systems. He has 24 years of experience in the software industry and is responsible for all aspects of Citrix’s business development with software and hardware technology partners. Frank joined Citrix from XenSource where he was responsible for strategic marketing and business development. 

Prior to XenSource, Artale was a founder and CEO of Consera Software, a management software company, which was acquired by HP in 2004. As President and CEO of Consera Software (sold to HP), Frank Artale was active in all aspects of company operations.

Director Engineering
Drea Thomas

Drea ThomasDirector of Engineering at SnapLogic

 
Naval Ravikant

Naval RavikantNaval Ravikant is the founder of Angellist. He is an entrepreneur and angel investor, a co-author of Venture Hacks, and a co-maintainer of AngelList. 

Previously Naval was a co-founder at Genoa Corp (acquired by Finisar), Epinions.com (IPO via Shopping.com), and Vast.com (largest white-label classifieds marketplace). He was a Venture Partner at August Capital and led investments in Scintera, Neopath, Technorati, Microdisplay, DeviceScape, and Mimosa. 

Startups Naval has advised in areas ranging from founding to product design to fundraising including iPivot (sold to Intel), Intrinsic Graphics, Andale, XFire (sold to Viacom), 
HedgeStreet, Engage, Photo.net, LoyaltyLab, Jaman, Hive7, Dulance (sold to Google), Bix (sold to Yahoo!). 

Director Marketing
John Bennett

 

Director Engineering
Patrick Amor

Director of Engineering at SnapLogic

 
Mike Pittaro

Founder and Chief Community Officer at SnapLogic

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