Tod Weber serves as CEO of Software AG Government Solutions, where he holds overall responsibility for the strategy, operations and growth of the subsidiary.
Weber recently spoke to ExecutiveBiz on the subsidiary’s formation and how it aims to bring commercial sector experience into the federal market to help customers manage big data (click here to read the full Q&A).
He previously held the position of national vice president within Software AG USA, where he joined the organization through the acquisition of Fairfax-based webMethods Inc.
Prior to joining webMethods, he was a senior manager at Oracle, where he helped lead a portion of the company’s focus on application sales to the federal civilian market.
Before that, he was senior vice president of global sales and marketing for Infowave Software Inc., where he joined via the acquisition of Telispark Inc., a startup spun out of Deloitte.
Weber also held a 13-year tenure at Parametric Technology Corp. and built the company’s federal, major account and global alliance organizations.
PTC says he helped the company grow revenues from $11 million to $1 billion while delivering 41 consecutive quarters of increasing shipments and profit.
Weber started his career as an aerospace engineer at the Fort Worth division of General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin), where he contributed to the aerodynamic design of the F-22 Raptor.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland as a Glenn L. Martin scholar.