Tom Marx joins Evoque as Chief Revenue Officer

Sep 28, 2020 | Posted by admin

Tom Marx will join Evoque as Chief Revenue Officer. Marx, who is based in Denver, spent the majority of his career at tw telecom subsequently Level3/CenturyLink via acquisition.



Evoque Press Release on Sept 28, 2020:
DALLAS – Evoque Data Center Solutions™, one of the world’s 20 largest data center firms with presence across four continents, today announced the appointment of Tom Marx as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer. 

Marx has built a career as a global sales leader, with more than a quarter-century of experience at top-tier companies such as CenturyLink, Level 3 Communications, XO Communications and Bank of America.  In those roles, he grew and managed organizations that produced more than $1 billion in annual sales.  He also oversaw alliances with national and global service providers, emerging carriers, and cloud managed providers.  In addition, Marx led a team of more than 200 sales, sales engineering, sales support, and customer care staff.  

“Looking across the competitive landscape for enterprise colocation, Evoque already has a strong global footprint, coupled with exceptional operational stability at its base,” Marx said.  “Today’s clients want more than just the availability of space and power.  A winning marketplace equation requires investing to add more capabilities while improving customer success.  Evoque is making that commitment, and I am honored to be joining the leadership team to help move Evoque forward.” 

Marx will report to Andy Stewart, Evoque’s president and chief executive officer.  “Tom has a proven record leading large sales organizations and rapidly growing revenues and delivering results,” Stewart said.  “After joining Evoque, I said my mission was to grow the company and double its size over the next few years.  Tom is an executive who will help us achieve that goal, assembling a team that can expand our client base, push into new industry segments, and identify additional opportunities for growth.” 
 

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