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Do you have what it takes to get ahead of your competitors?
Are you transforming the right way?
Thinking about technology solutions, talent strategies and globalization while improving profits?
Welcome to everyone's reality! At the first Business for Breakfast of 2018, we invited attendees to learn from Frank Calderoni, President and CEO of Anaplan, a unicorn private company disrupting the way traditional planning is done. Frank is a technology industry veteran with more than 30 years of successful executive leadership and sits on the boards of Adobe Systems, Inc., Palo Alto Networks, Inc., and Nimble Storage, Inc.
Attendees heard his personal insights, lessons learned, and how he focuses on speed and innovation with a hyper-growth company and massive enterprise-wide transformation.
Attendees also learned how they can become more agile and leverage market changes to accelerate your own transformation and get an edge on the competition.
President and Chief Executive Officer of Anaplan
Frank Calderoni is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Anaplan and a member of the company's Board of Directors. Frank is a technology industry veteran with over 30 years of successful executive leadership. Before joining Anaplan, Frank served as the Executive Vice President (EVP), Operations and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Red Hat, Inc. from June 2015 to January 2017.
He also served as EVP and CFO at Cisco Systems, Inc. for seven years. Prior to that, he served as Cisco's Senior Vice President (SVP), Customer Solutions Finance from June 2007 to February 2008, and Vice President, Worldwide Sales Finance from May 2004 to June 2007. Frank joined Cisco in 2004 from QLogic Corporation, where he was the SVP and CFO. Prior to that, he was the SVP, Finance & Administration and CFO for SanDisk Corporation.
Earlier in his career, he spent 21 years at IBM. Frank also sits on the boards of Adobe Systems, Inc., Palo Alto Networks, Inc., and Nimble Storage, Inc.