Riverbed promotes Elie Dib and Conor Molloy to SVP positions

Dib and Molloy to overseeing two newly formed divisions

Conor Molloy will head Riverbed’s Aternity division for the region.
Conor Molloy will head Riverbed’s Aternity division for the region.

Riverbed has promoted Elie Dib and Conor Molloy to SVP, overseeing the two newly formed divisions of the company in its international markets.

Elie Dib is promoted to SVP, Riverbed International for Riverbed’s Digital Networking business; and Conor Molloy to SVP, International for Riverbed’s Aternity division.

Both executives will report to Andy Elder, chief sales officer at Riverbed. As a result of the expansion of Dib’s role to the wider international market, the company has promoted Mena Migally to Senior Director, responsible for leading its sales team in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Migally will continue to report to Elie Dib.

Commenting on the new leadership, Andy Elder, Riverbed’s chief sales officer, said: “I’m delighted to announce three well-deserved promotions that strengthen the focus of Riverbed’s leadership team in our international markets, as well as in the Middle East and North Africa which remains a high growth region for our company. Given that each of these individuals has a proven track record, I’m confident in their continued success to deliver business performance, drive deeper engagements with our customers and generate new business opportunities for Riverbed.”

Dib has held several roles at Riverbed, including the positions of managing director for Middle East, Turkey and North Africa (METNA) and more recently as regional vice president for EMEA Emerging Markets. Molloy’s tenure at Riverbed has spanned over six years, initially as UK sales director and more recently as Northern Europe sales director. Similarly, Migally has also grown rapidly within the organisation, having most recently served as regional director – channel, territory and telco for Middle East, Turkey and North Africa.

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