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Ann Ruckstuhl

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Ann Ruckstuhl


As Chief Marketing Officer, Ann brings over two decades of marketing and product management experience to SOASTA. In this role, Ann leads the overall marketing organization that includes product management, product marketing, corporate communications, channel marketing, customer acquisition and lead-to-revenue strategy. Ann is a Silicon Valley veteran driving some of the most disruptive innovations in cloud, mobile, e-commerce, big data analytics, cybersecurity, networking and embedded systems. She is a leading advocate for better customer experience management and believes today's mobile and hyper-connected consumers deserve web and mobile applications that are fast, reliable and easy to use. Prior to SOASTA, Ann was Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at LiveOps. Ann also served in senior management roles at Symantec, Sybase (acquired by SAP), eBay and HP. Ann received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and her master’s degree in business administration from the University of Florida.

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Yesterday, we unveiled the SOASTA Digital Operations Center™ (DOC™) at the Velocity conference – and ushered in a new era of digital performance management. An industry-first web performance command center that brings together all the intelligence relevant to your digital organization, the DOC will change the way you do business by delivering complete visibility, actionable […]

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Mother’s Day is a holiday loaded with antici-ppointment – that is the anticipation of something great and the expectation that things won’t turn out like you want. SOASTA teamed up with the Harris Poll and surveyed moms across America and discovered that 40 percent of US moms have been disappointed on Mother’s Day. We discovered that […]

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Cinco de Mayo is not just a holiday celebrated in bars and restaurants. Today’s celebration of the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France is celebrated online by Cuervo, Taco Bell, People Magazine and Chipotle… even Symantec. Yesterday, companies lined up to celebrate Star Wars Day (based on the pun “May the 4th be with you”). Whataburger […]

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