Alan Dabbiere co-founded AirWatch® and serves as senior vice president, driving the company’s vision, direction and growth plans. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Technology Association of Georgia, the Foundation Board for Inova Health Systems and on the Advisory Board of Georgia Tech’s College of Computing. Dabbiere has more than 20 years of experience in mobility and he holds several patents in supply chain, logistics and enterprise mobility software.
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John Marshall co-founded AirWatch and serves as senior vice president and general manager, driving the company’s strategy and operations. Under his leadership, AirWatch has become the largest enterprise mobility management provider in the world with customers that include the top four global Fortune companies. In February 2014, VMware acquired AirWatch for $1.54 billion. Prior to founding AirWatch, Marshall helped launch Celarix and Manhattan Associates.
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David Dabbiere is vice president of operations at AirWatch and is responsible for all legal matters and for helping AirWatch scale its operations and expand its global presence. Dabbiere was senior vice president and chief legal officer for Manhattan Associates, where he played a key role in the company’s successful initial public offering. He was also responsible for all of Manhattan Associates’ global legal matters, contract administration and the corporate code of ethics.
Jeff Baum serves as vice president and managing director for the Asia Pacific market at AirWatch. In this role, Baum manages the growing Asia Pacific team, directs strategy, cultivates customer and partner relationships and scales operations in the region. He brings more than 20 years of mobility and leadership experience in international markets to AirWatch. Prior to AirWatch, Baum established strategic footholds for Manhattan Associates in the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions.
Ian Evans is vice president and managing director, EMEA, at AirWatch. He is responsible for growing AirWatch’s business in the European, Middle Eastern and African regions. Evans brings more than 20 years of experience in the software industry to AirWatch, with more than 10 years in direct and channel sales. He has been successful in helping companies achieve forecasted goals by structuring sales and operation processes and coaching sales teams to deliver multi-year, multimillion-dollar contracts.
Rob Roe serves as vice president and managing director for the Australian and New Zealand markets, overseeing the business development, professional services and marketing efforts. A 30-year veteran of the telecom, mobility and technology industries, Roe spent nine years with Telstra in a variety of leadership positions before joining AirWatch.
JP Halebeed oversees and manages software development and product management at AirWatch. Previously, Halebeed worked at Manhattan Associates for 17 years, where he helped drive the design and coding of the company’s flagship solution. During his tenure, Halebeed held a wide variety of leadership positions that oversaw the design, development and management of Manhattan Associates’ best-of-breed supply chain software products.
Rick Franke leads and manages AirWatch’s professional services organization. In this role, Franke is responsible for the successful delivery and ongoing support of the AirWatch® Enterprise Mobility Management Platform to the company’s global customer base. Prior to joining AirWatch, Franke served as Manhattan Associates’ senior vice president, professional services, responsible for all software delivery and consulting services.
Jeff Mitchell leads sales for the Americas at AirWatch, where he is responsible for growing company revenue, maintaining customer relationships and managing the company’s sales process across North America and Latin America. Mitchell brings more than 20 years of executive experience in running successful sales teams. At Manhattan Associates, Mitchell helped grow the company to more than 2,500 employees and increase revenue to more than $400 million with a $1.5 billion market cap.