Matt Renner, a sales and technology industry veteran of more than 25 years, has joined Microsoft as President of US Enterprise Commercial Sales. US Enterprise Commercial Sales serves the largest US commercial customers by helping them deliver their digital transformation using Microsoft’s full suite of enterprise cloud offerings.
Renner was most recently the Executive Vice President of Cloud Sales at Salesforce, where he was responsible for the North American enterprise business. Previously, Matt was the Chief Revenue Officer for SMS Assist, a leading cloud-based multi-site facility management platform. There, he led all revenue generation, including sales operations and business development.
Matt also held several senior leadership roles during his 20 years at Oracle, including Senior Vice President of Sales for the combined Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Management Unit. Additionally, he was responsible for various application product lines and industries across North America for over a decade.
Kate Johnson, President, Microsoft U.S. said: “We’re delighted to welcome a seasoned executive like Matt to our business at such a critical time. It demonstrates our commitment to drive real value for our commercial customers across the full range of Microsoft’s cloud capabilities and help them accelerate their digital transformation initiatives.“
Matt added: “I’ve always had a tremendous amount of respect for Microsoft, and I’m thrilled to join this outstanding team. It’s only when you see a business from the inside and meet the people that you really come to appreciate what makes Microsoft different. I can’t wait to get out there and meet our commercial customers and help them on their digital transformation journeys.“
Matt earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He currently resides in Chicago with his wife, Jill, and three children. He’s a die-hard college and pro sports fan, and when he’s not on the links you’ll find him rooting for the Texas Longhorns and just about every Chicago pro sports team.
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