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XebiaLabs Appoints John Dumalac as General Manager, North America

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/31/14 -- On the heels of an explosive year that saw a 140% increase in revenue, XebiaLabs today announced its plans to take the company to the next level of growth with the appointment of its first General Manager for North America, John Dumalac. The former Intel and Red Hat executive will be responsible for spearheading XebiaLabs into unchartered new territories, creating channel relations and developing a high-performance sales organization. The hire comes at an opportune time, as the company plans to double its headcount and open a new sales office in London.

"We're very fortunate to have someone with John's talents join the company as its very first General Manager," said Coert Baart. "With our plans to expand aggressively, John is exactly the type of decisive, experienced leader we need to evangelize the benefits that a truly automated Continuous Delivery model brings to the entire value chain of building, packaging and testing software."

John brings 20 years of sales leadership and management experience as a proven leader in identifying top talent and elevating sales team performance through enablement and execution. He was most recently Vice President Global Sales & Channels with TATA Consultancy Services, DS&S Group, based in Santa Clara, Calif., responsible for all DS&S sales and channels. Before that, he was the Managing Director of Sales, West Region, for Red Hat, Inc., where he quadrupled revenues for the open source leader. Prior to Red Hat, he was Senior Director at Intel Corporation in Boston, managing the East Region Intel Solution Services team. He spent his early years at Baan prior to its acquisition by Infor.

John has received multiple awards and recognitions for his sales leadership achievements from Red Hat, Intel, and Infor (Baan) and is very active in the Silicon Valley startup community. He is also a former member of the United States Marine Corps Reserve and earned his BS degree in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts/Lowell. He currently resides in the Bay Area with his wife and three children.

About XebiaLabs
XebiaLabs is the leading provider of delivery automation software that helps enterprises deliver higher quality software faster and more efficiently. XL Platform combines deployment automation, on-demand environment provisioning, Agile test management and enterprise release management for DevOps and Continuous Delivery. Using XL Platform, organizations reduce development applications costs, accelerate application time to market and bridge the gap between Development and Operations. Headquartered in the U.S., XebiaLabs has a world-wide network of sales offices and partners. www.xebialabs.com

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