Cloud Solutions Provider Taps Industry Vet Steven Roth as Chief Revenue Officer

Steven RothWhoa Networks, a cloud solutions provider with services including Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), cloud storage, disaster recovery (DR), security, and compliance, has hired Steven Roth as Chief Revenue Officer. Mr. Roth has led sales and operations teams for more than 30 years, building and managing large, high-growth technology sales organizations.

Most recently, Steven Roth led U.S. Digital Sales for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) providing businesses with cybersecurity, data center monitoring and application development software tools. Prior to joining HPE, Mr. Roth spent several years with Dell where he was responsible for building and driving global sales for Dell’s Cloud practice including private, public and hybrid cloud solutions.

The Dell Cloud practice under Steven Roth’s leadership developed a partner ecosystem including partnerships with MS Azure, AWS, CenturyLink and Google Cloud. Under Mr. Roth’s leadership, the Dell Cloud grew to a team over 100 dedicated cloud employees generating over $200M in cloud services revenue by the time of his departure.

“I look forward to building upon the company’s current successes and focusing on growing revenue rapidly at WHOA,”┬ásaid Steven Roth. “Delivering an end-to-end technical solution while leveraging the partnerships we’ve had in place for years plus the new ones we’re building every day will make us an incredibly unique IT solutions provider for many years to come.”

Cloud Evangelist

Steven Roth worked closely with teams across all Dell’s verticals and served as Dell’s cloud evangelist training thousands of internal employees and speaking around the world on Dell’s cloud point of view. Mr. Roth’s other experiences include positions as a sales leader for Taleo Business Edition, Resource Technologies, and The Chubb Institute. Mr. Roth has a B.S. in Business Management.

“Steven is a proven executive who has a track record of building and managing high-growth sales organizations,” said Mark Amarant, CEO of WHOA. “He will be a great asset both in terms of sales leadership and overall executive leadership.”