Tony Fisher Named Zaloni’s Senior Vice President, Strategy and Business Development

March 16, 2016

Tony Fisher, former executive at Progress Software and DataFlux, brings over 25 years of experience in data management to Zaloni

Durham, NC – March 16, 2016 – Zaloni, the data lake company, is setting a course for successful future growth by appointing data management industry veteran, Tony Fisher, as its head of strategy and business development.

“Not only is Tony a sought-after industry expert on emerging data management technologies and data-supported business optimization, he has deep experience in building successful companies,” said Ben Sharma, Zaloni’s co-founder and CEO. “As we enter Zaloni’s next phase of growth, we couldn’t be more pleased to have someone of his caliber as part of our leadership team.”

Fisher brings more than 25 years of experience in data management and was most recently the chief technology officer for Progress Software’s data integration division. Prior, he was president and CEO of DataFlux Corporation, a SAS Company, where he guided the company through tremendous growth in providing data quality and data integration solutions. Tony is a frequent speaker and is author of The Data Asset: How Smart Companies Govern their Data for Business Success.

“Zaloni has paved the way to delivering on the promise of big data, turning it into knowledge and revenue for today’s enterprise,” said Fisher. “I’m excited to join Zaloni to help the company transition to market leadership in providing platforms that offer end-to-end big data lake management.”

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