Plutora today announced the appointment of Todd Scallan as the company’s chief product officer. Leading the product team, Scallan's focus will be to capitalize on Plutora’s current success in the emerging category of value stream management and focus on accelerating that momentum by implementing the mechanisms, decision making and processes to achieve significant customer growth.
“Plutora solutions are for enterprise-class companies that have enterprise-class challenges and Todd is the perfect addition to help us focus intently on those opportunities,” said Dalibor Siroky, CEO and co-founder, Plutora. “We’re an organization that creates its own success, year after year, by evolving with market shifts and staying ahead of customers’ demands. Now, with Todd’s diverse background and insights added to our ranks, our position in the market becomes stronger and our vision extends further. It’s a win for us to have him on our team.”
Scallan joins Plutora after previously working at Flipboard, Axcient, Interwoven and Segue Software. He brings experience in all aspects of SaaS operations, beyond just product delivery. With an overall understanding of what it takes to build a SaaS product and grow a business, Scallan will be a vital asset accelerating adoption of Plutora by marquee logos of big banks, healthcare companies, major telcos and other customers of that caliber.
Scallan will be responsible for ensuring that Plutora delivers a product to market that aligns with the needs of enterprise IT and reflects the direction the value stream management category is headed.
“Plutora is at an inflection point in its maturation as an organization. It’s beyond the startup stage trying to find its place. We know where we’re going and we want to get there quickly. What makes this organization special, in my view, is that we have a head start in terms of the vision that’s in place here,” said Scallan. “My challenge isn’t to reinvent the wheel, it’s to make sure our product is aligned with the vision and strategy that is already in place and execute on that vision for the future.”