Google Cloud gross sales chief Rob Enslin is leaving for UiPath


Google Cloud is shedding its most senior gross sales government, Rob Enslin, at a time when it’s investing closely to shut the hole between itself and public cloud rivals Microsoft Azure and Amazon Net Companies (AWS).

Enslin joined Google Cloud as president of cloud gross sales from German software program firm SAP in April 2019. He was one of many first main hires of the brand new CEO of Google Cloud, Thomas Kurian, because the cloud division set itself formidable targets to shut the market share hole with Microsoft and AWS.

In that function he oversaw the tripling of Google’s customer-facing workforce, together with aggressive international enlargement. He has additionally been credited with rising Google Cloud’s SAP enterprise by convincing enterprise clients emigrate their SAP workloads onto its infrastructure. His departure is a part of a broader reorganization of the gross sales and buyer success construction at Google Cloud, in accordance with reporting by Protocol.

Enslin is leaving to affix the robotic course of automation vendor UiPath as co-CEO alongside founder Daniel Dines from Could 16.

“I’m bringing Rob on as my accomplice as we give attention to progress at scale and constructing an organization that reimagines how enterprise is completed,” Dines mentioned in an announcement. “Rob brings the best steadiness of expertise and expertise to scale our operations, permitting me to give attention to our firm tradition, imaginative and prescient, and product innovation, areas I’m keen about—and that deliver appreciable worth to our workers and clients.”

Google Cloud introduced sturdy quarterly outcomes yesterday, with income up 44% to $5.8 billion to start out the monetary yr, at an working lack of $931 million. The seller additionally said that it will proceed to take a position closely in knowledge facilities, actual property, and engineering and gross sales headcount inside its cloud division.

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