Redis Appoints Spencer Tuttle as Chief Revenue Officer
Redis, the leading real-time data platform, announced today the appointment of Spencer Tuttle as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Tuttle will report to Redis CEO, Rowan Trollope, overseeing the company’s global sales, alliances, and customer success teams with a focus on driving efficient revenue growth.
For nearly 10,000 companies globally, Redis Enterprise powers a real-time data layer for fast, scalable applications that deliver innovative digital experiences that drive customer adoption and help retain them by offering the lowest latency, from anywhere. Tuttle will lead Redis’ go-to-market teams with a focus on solving customer problems with their technology stack, and bringing value to every persona within a Redis customer, from developers, operators and architects, as well as IT leadership, and ultimately their CFO.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Spencer Tuttle to Redis. Spencer brings a vision of not just winning customers by solving their business and technical problems, but ensuring that they are delighted throughout their entire Redis journey,” said Trollope. “For over a decade Redis has set the standard for the most demanding companies’ real-time data needs. Spencer will help ensure Redis supports our customers to navigate a much different landscape necessary to meet the real-time data demands of AI now and in the future.”
Tuttle joins Redis from business intelligence analytics company ThoughtSpot, where he served as CRO. In his nearly four years at the company, Tuttle’s leadership helped ThoughtSpot grow its revenue, transition to a cloud business model, and expand its operations globally after joining to oversee their EMEA division from London. Previously at AppDynamics, Tuttle oversaw the company’s largest sales team worldwide, contributing over $300 million in total revenue to the business. Prior to AppDynamics, he held sales leadership roles at BMC Software and at Coradiant, a start-up acquired by BMC.
“Redis is perfectly set up to help companies propel themselves in their markets by delivering new experiences to users, driven by the surge in AI-infused applications,” said Tuttle. “With an incredibly talented team, Redis has been driving real-time technology and a trusted partner to global enterprises. Building on this foundation, I believe we’re in a prime position to capture an even larger piece of the market and be one of the leading independent database companies for the next decade.”
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