Taos Brings Aboard New Senior Vice President of Products to Accelerate Digital Transformation Strategies
In its most recent hiring move, Taos, an IBM company, has brought on Jay Cuthrell as the company’s new Senior Vice President (SVP) of Products. As he joins the organization’s executive team, Cuthrell will focus on supporting and evolving Taos’ digital transformation services and solutions, adding to the breadth and depth of Taos expertise.
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Throughout his career—which has ranged from founding his own consulting and advisory network to a director role at Dell Technologies—Cuthrell has been an innovative technology executive and prolific influencer who transitions between executive oversight and practitioner management. Excelling in digital transformation strategy that incorporates holistic full-stack engagements, his core drive is to transform vision into reality and be a “growth engine” within his new role.
Holding a unique perspective on the future of industry tech, Cuthrell has built out a proven track record for establishing and heading up diverse, globally-distributed, high-performing team. This helps him fit in perfectly with Taos, as the organization strives to solve the world’s toughest technology challenges.
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Taos’ CEO, Hamilton Yu, had this to say about the new role, “When we sought out someone to fill the role of SVP of Products at Taos, we were looking for a pretty rare combination of skills to fuel our ongoing growth. With Cuthrell, we’ve found expertise that spans across sales operations, guerrilla field marketing, product management, software, systems, platform engineering, corporate development and strategy and… well, the list goes on. He is a great complement to our diverse executive-team that works together to collaborate across all lines of business. Welcome to the team, Jay!”
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