Former Palo Alto Networks sales leader to accelerate revenue growth for leading endpoint management platform
Automox, the cloud-native endpoint management platform provider, today announced the appointment of Jeff St. Clair as chief revenue officer. St. Clair brings 20 years experience as a proven sales leader in IT and cybersecurity with a focus on building successful teams and developing and executing cross-functional go-to-market strategies. In this role, St. Clair will be responsible for the company’s global sales and pathways strategy, building on five consecutive quarters of rapid growth and expanding the company’s base of more than 1,900 customers across 30 countries.
“Jeff joins us at a critical stage of our growth and his proven experience in leading and scaling successful sales organizations will be incredibly valuable to the team,” said Jay Prassl, founder and CEO of Automox. “More organizations are realizing that legacy IT tools no longer meet their business needs and are holding them back in today’s dynamic and decentralized environment – especially with remote work prevailing for many. Jeff will help us capitalize on this opportunity and take the lead in modernizing IT operations so they can deliver more strategic value through a simpler, automated approach.”
“Cybersecurity and IT operations are ripe for innovation and Automox is leading the way with a highly agile and user-friendly platform that brings together deep automation with the only cloud-native architecture in the market,” said St. Clair. “My goal is to continue to drive Automox’s vision of simplifying the work of IT operators, lead the sales expansion into new markets, and unlock transformative business opportunities. I’m excited to be part of this fast-growing team.”
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St. Clair joins Automox directly from Palo Alto Networks where he rapidly grew revenue from the Prisma Cloud offering as vice president of sales. Prior to that, Jeff held sales leadership positions at Evident.io, NetApp, EMC, and Apple, among others.
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