Rachel Barger

Senior Vice President, Global Enterprise Sales
Cisco Systems Inc.

Rachel Barger Senior Vice President, Global Enterprise Sales
Rachel Barger has over 20 years' experience in the software industry holding a variety of leadership roles with Enterprise Sales, Customer Success and Professional Services. As Cisco's Senior Vice President, Global Enterprise Sales for the Americas she is responsible for the largest sales theatre overseeing the company's engagement with about 500 of its largest and most strategic clients, representing over $8 billion in annual revenue.

Rachel has represented the Digital Innovation and Transformation committee at the G20-Y Summit as Annual Chair in both 2017 and 2018 and is a current Advisory Board member for Singapore Management University's School of Information Systems. She brings a global understanding and approach gained through her time spent managing teams in the North America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Europe.

Over the years, Rachel has excelled at helping customers understand the business value of technology investments, supporting customers through technology transformation, developing long-term strategic partnerships, driving execution of vision through executive sponsorship and building/scaling new teams and territories. She is truly passionate about driving customers' success through technology transformation which delivers sustainable business value.

Rachel holds an MBA from University of New South Wales AGSM, and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Delaware.

Sessions

Tuesday, November 17, 2020
12:15 PM – 12:35 PM EST

The Future of Technology: Digital Transformation Acceleration

As quarantines swept across the globe, the process of digital transformation accelerated right alongside for many industries. On-demand service apps found their hockey stick growth curves. Health club memberships were replaced by Peloton bicycles and virtual class subscriptions. Contactless became the new standard in service and hospitality. Which technologies and models will have staying power and which will fade as we move beyond the pandemic?

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