Nextiva (www.nextiva.com), a leading cloud communications company, announced that it has named Marc Stoll as President and Chief Operating Officer, responsible for leading Nextiva’s global operations in support of its rapid growth.
Stoll is a seasoned business leader, coming to Nextiva with more than twenty years of experience in leading technology companies like Apple, CA, Compaq, and most recently, Anaplan through periods of significant change and growth. Most notably, he served as Apple’s VP Worldwide Sales Finance, supporting Tim Cook during the Steve Jobs era.
During his time at Apple, Marc implemented systems and processes to empower the company to invest in growth opportunities that supported global sales channels, accounting for more than $125B in annual revenue which grew by $100B during his tenure. Stoll supported the launch of the iPad and assisted in the pervasiveness of the iPhone from one carrier after the launch to virtually every carrier in the world today.
In addition to being seasoned operator and finance executive, Marc has great depth of experience with both public and private boards including: Arista Networks (ANET), EarthLink (ELNK) and Windstream (WIN) as well as serving as a member of the Board of Advisors for the largest pediatric cardiology effort within Mayo Clinic.
“Marc is someone who subscribes to Nextiva’s DNA and understands where we are going, our mission, and our growth trajectory. We are excited to welcome him as our President and COO,” said Tomas Gorny, Nextiva CEO. “With his experience in high-growth companies, including Apple, Marc will elevate Nextiva’s leadership team and help reinforce our disciplines while championing Nextiva's Amazing Service and our entrepreneurial culture.”
“Nextiva has built a phenomenal company and has served businesses with amazing UCaaS services,” said Stoll. “I’m proud to join this entrepreneurial culture and help Nextiva scale within the US and internationally, support the upcoming expansion of its product offerings with NextOS, and help in achieving its founders’ vision for the company.”