Every member of the ScienceLogic executive management team has a wealth of experience in the information technology industry. Most spent many years living in your shoes—working as individual contributors and managers in service provider, corporate, or public sector data centers—before moving to the vendor side. We understand the technological, organizational, and political challenges that you face, and we appreciate how hard it is to do what you do in the face of constant change.
David Link has taken ScienceLogic from a local startup to a global award-winning technology. With more than 20 years experience in the service provider and IT management industry, David built ScienceLogic into one of the fastest growing technology companies in the world. From the start his vision for ScienceLogic has been to enable the industry to embrace a smarter way of managing complex IT environments.
David previously served as senior vice president and a corporate officer at Interliant, where he helped establish the company’s strong presence in the ASP/MSP market. He also held senior management positions within IBM's Software Division, leading the development of Internet commerce products, and with CompuServe, building global online communication solutions for businesses and consumers. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Denison University.
As head of finance, seasoned professional Pat McCoy manages the challenges of ScienceLogic's fast-paced and exciting growth.
Before coming to ScienceLogic, and with a finance background from Ernst & Young, Pat served as CFO for three rapidly growing technology companies that were ultimately acquired by larger entities. The first was Computer Logics, now part of Attachmate; second was IOtech, where Pat was CFO for ten years before the company was acquired by National Instruments in 2005; and most recently, Netcordia, where Pat served for four years as CFO and orchestrated its acquisition by Infoblox in 2010. Pat holds a BSBA degree in accounting from John Carroll University, and he is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Randy Jones joined ScienceLogic in 2017 to oversee our sales strategy. He leads the teams for domestic and international sales, pre-sales, channel partners, federal sales, strategic accounts, inside sales, sales operations, and global systems integrators.
Most previously, Randy was CEO at Regent where he grew the company from 13 to 100 team members. He also served as Executive VP of Sales for the Americas at Managed Objects, a Business Service Management company. He created an unparalleled team that produced consistent quarter-over-quarter growth. Randy worked alongside his Board of Directors and CEO to position the company for the next stage of its lifecycle; successfully selling Managed Objects in 2008 to Novell.
Prior to Managed Objects, Randy spent eight years as Senior VP of North American Sales at OPNET Technologies, Inc., an entrepreneurial high-tech software and consulting services company, which grew from $7M to over $100M in sales under his leadership. He led the sales team through a successful IPO and 4 years of successfully exceeding revenue expectations. Randy grew the team from 3 to over 100 reports scaling sales from $0 to $70M in the enterprise space. OPNET was successfully sold to Riverbed for $1.0B in cash.
As Chief Marketing Officer, Murali is responsible for further accentuating ScienceLogic’s position within the rapidly changing enterprise Cloud & IT market. He oversees ScienceLogic’s product marketing, corporate marketing, digital, and demand generation efforts. Most recently, Murali led marketing and product management at ActiveVideo – a cloud virtualization company transforming TV UX that secured major Tier1 design wins culminating in the acquisition of the company. Prior to that, Murali led global marketing efforts at Cisco for their multi-billion-dollar video and mobility portfolios.
Murali also serves as a guest lecturer at Stanford Business School sharing case studies from his personal work experience to 2nd year MBA students on the adoption of disruptive technologies.
One of the company founders, Richard Chart's energy and engineering drive has helped ScienceLogic bring dial-tone availability levels to IT operations. Richard brings 20 years of systems engineering, software development, and technology operations experience to ScienceLogic.
Prior to ScienceLogic, Richard was the director of system engineering at Interliant, where he was responsible for platform architectures used in the global delivery of a suite of scalable ASP services. Before that, he established a strong track record in project management and service delivery as development manager at Telstra Multimedia, where he led the engineering of the company’s intranet and extranet product offerings.
Earlier in his career, Richard worked in data services software development with AT&T Bell Laboratories, delivering breakthrough traffic measurement solutions. He holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Portsmouth University in the U.K.
ScienceLogic investors and board of directors offer a balanced mix of expertise, knowledge, influence, and understanding of capital markets. With a long-term perspective, each member is committed to the ScienceLogic vision—to offer a better way for service providers, corporate, and public sector organizations to manage their IT operations to increase agility, support growth initiatives, and be more efficient. Their expert guidance has helped the company achieve impressive customer base and revenue growth.
David Link is the chairman of ScienceLogic and an IT visionary. He founded and built ScienceLogic by identifying large emerging markets, gaining intimate knowledge of customer IT problems, challenging conventional wisdom and bringing targeted, innovative products to market. As ScienceLogic's CEO, Dave used his market knowledge and customer focus to lead the ScienceLogic IT management system to dramatically exceed the needs and expectations of clients.
Prior to founding ScienceLogic in 2003, Dave was senior vice president and a corporate officer at Interliant, Inc., where he lead the establishment of Interliant's strong presence in the ASP/MSP market. He previously held senior management positions within IBM's Software Division leading the development of Internet commerce products. Dave also spent nine years in IT solutions with CompuServe, building innovative global online communication solutions while establishing the market for business and consumer online services. Dave earned his B.S. at Denison University.
David is a managing director in the Growth Equity Investing Group, focused on growth-stage technology companies. Prior to joining the Merchant Banking Division, he held various roles within the Technology Division, including manager of systems infrastructure in Asia, manager of global storage, and manager of global infrastructure architecture and strategy. David joined Goldman Sachs in 1994 and was named technology fellow in 2002 and managing director in 2013. Prior to joining the firm, David worked in super computer research and development in Japan, and operating system and real time system development in Australia. David serves on the boards of AvePoint Inc., DWave Systems, MetricStream Inc., Nasuni Corporation, NGINX Inc., ScienceLogic Inc., and Spiceworks Inc. David earned a BSc in Electrical Engineering and a BA in Japanese, both from The University of Queensland, Australia.
Andy leads Intel Capital’s investments in cloud and datacenter technologies. Andy currently serves as a Board Member of ScienceLogic, Maana and Spotinst and acts as a Board Observer of CloudGenix, Mirantis and Stratoscale. Andy’s prior investments include Virtustream (acquired by EMC), LogMeIn (NASDAQ: LOGM), Elastic (NYSE: ESTC), CoreOS (acquired by Red Hat), Skyport Systems (acquired by Cisco), Guavus (acquired by Thales), Prelert (acquired by Elastic), Joyent (acquired by Samsung), DynamicOps (acquired by VMware), JBoss (acquired by Red Hat), Managed Objects (acquired by Novell) among others. Prior to Intel Capital, Andy worked in the investment banking group at Robinson-Humphrey. Andy has an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a B.S. in Commerce and a minor in Mathematics from the University of Virginia, where he was an Echols Scholar.
Herb is an experienced telecom, media and technology executive. He has been employed by private equity, hedge, and venture capital firms to lead turn-around projects as the Chief Executive/ Chief Operating Officer in Europe and the US. These companies include: eircom, Kabel Deutschland Gmbh, cablecom Switzerland, Verio and Interliant. Earlier in his career he was the president in charge of the wireless division of Ameritech, VP Operations/MD of Ameritech Europe as well as VP/GM Eastern Europe Middle East and Africa at Sprint International. Herb is a graduate of the US Naval Academy with a BS in Ocean Engineering. He holds an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois, an MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University, and an MBA from The George Washington University.
Tim is an Operating Partner with NewView Capital, a venture capital firm focused on mid to late stage technology companies. Tim has 30 years experience working with high growth, technology driven companies as a venture capital investor, operating executive and investment banker. Tim currently serves on the boards of ScienceLogic, Desire2Learn, SmartDrive and Sovrn. He previously invested in and served on the boards of several private companies including Datalogix (acquired by Oracle), Lefthand Networks (acquired by HP), Wall Street on Demand (acquired by Goldman Sachs), Indicative Software (acquired by CA) and Dante Group (acquired by Webmethods). As an operating executive, Tim was CFO and SVP of Corporate Development for Access Health (public company acquired by McKesson), CFO of Datalogix (data as a service, acquired by Oracle) and CFO of Code42 (SaaS provider of data loss protection). Earlier in his career, he was a Managing Director in Lehman Brothers technology and telecommunication banking group. Tim earned a BA in Economics from Washington College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.