(HPCWire) Zapata Computing, a leading enterprise software company for quantum solutions, has announced that the company has added Gregg Carman as its Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). IQT-News shares the announcement below.
Carman brings nearly three decades of experience helping technology pioneers drive exponential revenue growth through an exceptional blend of leadership, strategic guidance and execution. At Zapata, Carman will oversee all aspects of sales and revenue, customer solutions delivery as well as product, and will be responsible for building the company’s market share across the quantum computing landscape.
“Gregg is joining Zapata Computing at the perfect time,” said Christopher Savoie, Co-Founder and CEO of Zapata Computing. “We’re seeing growth in recurring revenue and momentum in the market. Bringing Gregg into the mix adds fuel to the fire as we continue to grow, our market footprint and strengthen our platform for our customers. We’re excited to have him on board.”
Carman has a distinguished track record spanning various technology sectors including analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), workplace technology, Internet of Things (IoT) and CRM. Most recently he served as the CRO of Nuvolo, a workplace software company, where he helped grow new annual recurring revenue (ARR) significantly while expanding adoption in new global and
“Throughout my career I’ve been involved with businesses at nearly every stage of growth – from startup to enterprise – and I see a tremendous opportunity ahead with Zapata Computing in its current growth trajectory,” added Carman. “Quantum computing represents the future of technology and Zapata is directly at the intersection of today and tomorrow – setting up enterprises for the next wave of innovation around the corner.”
Carman starts as CRO of Zapata on May 16th and will report directly to Dr. Savoie. For more information about Zapata Computing or to learn more about the positions the company has available, please visit www.zapatacomputing.com
Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990. She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.