Stonebranch is Pleased to Announce the Appointment of William O. Grabe, Hermann-Josef Lamberti and Vincenzo Damiani to the Board of Directors
Atlanta, GA | April 2, 2015 - Stonebranch, a leading provider of modern workload automation solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members of the Stonebranch Board of Directors. Joining the board are William O. Grabe, Hermann-Josef Lamberti and Vincenzo Damiani. These incoming board members bring with them a wealth of experience across the information technology, finance, and business sectors.
Mr. Grabe has broad international operational experience and an extensive sales and marketing background. He currently serves on the boards of Quality Technology Services, Lenovo Group Limited, Gartner, Inc., and Covisint Corporation. He also serves as a member of the UCLA Anderson School of Management Board of Visitors, a member of the Board of the Grand Canyon Trust, and on the Board of Trustees of The Nature Conservancy in Florida.
Mr. Lamberti was a Member of the Management Board of Deutsche Bank AG from 1999 until June 2012, lastly in the position of Chief Operating Officer. From 1984 he held various management positions within IBM, working in Europe and the United States in the fields of controlling, internal application development, sales, personal software, marketing and brand management. In 1997, he was appointed Chairman of the Management Board of IBM Germany.
Mr. Damiani is President of VIDA Consulting Srl and non-executive director of Mediatica SpA. He is a former non-executive director of Banca di Roma and was previously Corporate Vice-President of EDS Corporation, President of Digital Equipment Europe and General Manager of IBM Europe.
These endorsements from Mr. Grabe, Mr. Lamberti and Mr. Damiani, three eminently respected executives, are a direct result of Stonebranch's continued commitment to innovation in the workload automation marketplace. With revenue from software sales seeing double-digit growth this fiscal year, Stonebranch continues to encourage further investment in research and development.