- Jackson is a seasoned leader with more than 20 years of experience in open source, NoSQL and enterprise go-to-market strategy
- The company said that this appointment reflects ScyllaDB’s rapid customer growth and expansion into new markets
ScyllaDB has announced that Randall Jackson has joined as its first chief revenue officer. Jackson will guide top-line revenue growth across all pricing and deployment models. This includes partnership and channel sales, subscription-based enterprise and database-as-a-service offerings.
ScyllaDB CEO Dor Laor said, “ScyllaDB is growing quickly on all fronts. We’re expanding our core business, forging new partnerships and transforming Scylla to support more and more use cases. Randall’s experience will be instrumental in further scaling our sales organization and ensuring our business strategy stays aligned with a fast-changing market.”
More than 20 years of experience
Jackson is a seasoned leader with more than 20 years of experience in open source, NoSQL and enterprise go-to-market strategy. Previously, he served as VP of North America Enterprise Sales for MongoDB. There, he drove Fortune 100 and federal sales teams. Before that, Jackson gave six years building MarkLogic’s Public Sector division from the ground up. He also led worldwide sales at Kong and Mapbox and directed GTM strategy for object storage startup SwiftStack.
Jackson said, “ScyllaDB’s enterprise traction, innovative products and superior performance present a huge opportunity to gain market share. I’m excited to lead this team and apply what I’ve learned serving a diverse customer base and helping them solve their critical business problems, as well as driving revenue growth and strategy for uniquely impactful high-tech companies.”
The company said that this appointment reflects ScyllaDB’s rapid customer growth and expansion into new markets. New customers include chat service Discord, blogging platform Medium and real estate database company Zillow. It also recently announced the AWS Outposts Ready designation for its Scylla Cloud database-as-a-service.