New Relic, Inc. (NYSE: NEWR), the industry’s largest and most comprehensive cloud-based observability platform built to help customers create more perfect software, today announced that Jay Snyder will join New Relic as executive vice president, chief customer officer on May 4, 2020. Reporting directly to president and chief operating officer Michael Christenson, Snyder will be responsible for managing the success of New Relic's global customer base, including New Relic’s Global Customer Success & Services, Support, Education, Expert Services, Renewals, Alliances & Channels, and Customer Solutions organizations.
Snyder will join New Relic following an over 20-year career at EMC Corporation and Dell Technologies, where he held senior management and executive roles, most recently as senior vice president, Alliances, Industries and Cloud Service Provider Sales. Throughout his tenure at EMC Corporation and Dell Technologies, Snyder was responsible for building winning leadership teams, driving consistent growth, and a customer-first attitude focused on developing long standing relationships supporting customer and partner success around the globe.
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“Jay is a seasoned, strategic executive with a strong track record and reputation for building world-class teams and delivering results,” said Christenson. “In this role, he will drive New Relic’s strategy for customer success and retention, ensuring every customer sees maximum value from their investment in New Relic.”
“I’ve long admired New Relic for its dedication to helping today’s IT and application teams manage the complexity, embrace the cloud and deliver true business outcomes – all while establishing a dedicated customer base,” said Snyder. “I see an incredible opportunity to build on the company’s foundation, helping serve customers and partners to the fullest potential, and expanding New Relic’s global leadership in the observability market.”
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