Manjula Talreja

Senior Vice President

Customer Success Salesforce

 

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Manjula Talreja is a 25+years IT industry veteran who has successfully transitioned from an IT practitioner to a go-to-market leader. She is a proven business strategist and operational executive – with a track record of transforming new businesses into major lines of revenue. She is an expert at delivering business results working with customers across multiple verticals, based on cloud, Internet of Things, social, mobile and analytics.

She is currently Senior Vice President of Customer Success at Salesforce - the 4th largest Enterprise software company in the world. In her current role she is helping drive digital transformation for Salesforce’s customers across multiple industries Health Care and Lifesciences, leveraging the company’s cloud platform.

Manjula had a 22-year tenor at Cisco. Until October 2015 she was Vice President at Cisco Consulting Services, the company’s business and IT technology consulting arm. Talreja ran the Global Service Provider group where she helped customers accelerate successful business outcomes by readying their operations for digital transitions.

From 2009 - 2013, Manjula played a pivotal role in launching VCE (a partnership between Cisco, EMC and Vmware) and Cisco Intercloud; both new business models and partnerships in the growing cloud business.

Manjula is a highly sought-after industry thought-leader, and was named “The Top 25 Most Influential Women in Cloud” 2015, CableFax “Top Minority Women in Cable” 2014 and 2015, “Most Powerful Women in Cable” 2012 and 2014, and CloudNOW “Top Ten Women in Cloud” 2013. She is a regular keynote speaker in global forums. Pacific Telecommunication Council Conference (PTC), Mobile World Congress (MWC), Women in Cable Technology (WICT), Cloud Expo New York and UC Berkeley Innovation Forum to name a few.

Manjula is currently an Advisor of The Fabric, a cloud investment firm, Member of the board of Velocloud a leading SD-WAN startup in Silicon Valley and member of the UC Berkeley Institute of Business Innovation.