Greg Lotko is SVP and General Manager for Broadcom’s Mainframe Software Division. A passionate leader, Greg’s customer-first approach has helped countless organizations drive business and technical success resulting in lasting customer relationships. Currently, Greg is responsible for all facets of the Mainframe division, including strategy, product management, engineering, services, support, and marketing. Under his leadership, the division helps the world’s top companies operate, automate, secure, and modernize the mainframe systems that run their businesses.
Known for driving growth and innovation, Greg was selected to lead the strategic Mainframe division when Broadcom acquired CA Technologies in 2018. At CA, Greg was General Manager for Mainframe and, prior to that, SVP of Software Engineering. Before joining CA, Greg spent 29 years with IBM. He was the Business Line Executive for IBM’s Mainframe business, including strategy, architecture, operations, and overall financial performance. In addition, he held senior leadership roles across server, storage, software, services, and information technology. Greg also was a member of the CEO’s Growth and Transformation team responsible for reinventing IBM.
A technologist at heart, Greg received his Computer Science degree from Clarkson University where he serves on the Dean of Arts and Science Advisory Council. Greg is a car enthusiast and compares car racing to IT. Taking advantage of the available power with discipline and control is crucial. This is how you drive with both speed and resource efficiency to sustain top performance and strategically outmaneuver the competition.
Jeff Henry Vice President, Strategy, Design & Product Management
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Product & Solution Strategy, Mainframe Value Assessments, Pricing Optimization
Jeff Henry is Vice President of Strategy, Design and Product Management for Broadcom’s Mainframe Software Division. In this role, Jeff drives innovation across a diverse portfolio of mainframe software solutions that include DevOps, machine learning, AI, and security and compliance.
Jeff joined Broadcom through the CA Technologies acquisition. At CA, he was responsible for the Intelligent Operations and Automation portfolio, including the acclaimed Mainframe Operational Intelligence and Dynamic Capacity Intelligence products.
Prior to his time at CA, Jeff was an executive at IBM where he led efforts to advance IBM Design Thinking, define and systematize cross-brand solutions, and develop the Offering Management discipline. He held positions in product management, engineering, strategy, and market management.
With over 30 years of experience leading software organizations, Jeff’s forte is connecting strategy to execution: analyzing a wide range of opportunities, narrowing the field to the best few, translating ideas to goals and plans, and inspiring cross-functional teams to successfully deliver to the market. Throughout his career, Jeff has specialized in business services delivery, cloud deployments, and bringing Systems of Engagement together with Systems of Record for enterprise customers.
At Broadcom, Jeff uses this expertise to deliver capabilities that help organizations integrate their mainframes across cloud and distributed environments.
Hayden Lindsey is the Vice President responsible for Worldwide Software Engineering and Architecture for Broadcom’s Mainframe Software Division. In this role, Hayden leads development of all mainframe products developed in the Broadcom labs around the world.
Hayden leads teams that employ iterative and agile development techniques and methodologies. The solutions these teams develop help enterprises build, operate, automate, optimize, and secure their current and next-generation systems to enable digital transformation.
Over his career of three decades in the software industry, Hayden has held a variety of positions. Most recently, he was SVP for Worldwide Engineering & Architecture at CA Technologies. Prior to that, he was VP and Distinguished Engineer of DevOps for Enterprise Systems and Compilers at IBM. He has led teams for many different tools and platforms and has been an offering manager, product architect, and software developer.
A forward-thinking technologist and holder of fourteen patents, Hayden was an early adopter of object technology and applied the approach effectively in the areas of code generation, debugging, IDEs, and performance. Hayden is also an accomplished public speaker, demonstrating a deep passion for and understanding of business and technology. He consistently paints a clear vision for Broadcom that motivates and inspires.
Vikas Sinha Vice President, Global Customer Experience & Strategic Alliances
Vikas Sinha is Vice President of Global Customer Experience and Strategic Alliances for Broadcom’s Mainframe Software Division. His mission is to help Broadcom’s mainframe customers succeed and realize maximum value from their mainframe investments. To this end, Vikas oversees all the field technical resources that directly serve customers and partners, including presales, professional services, support, engineering services, competitive conversions, education and training, and strategic alliances. With these functions aligned in a single organization under Vikas’s leadership, Broadcom partners with customers throughout their mainframe journeys.
Vikas joined Broadcom through the CA Technologies acquisition. At CA, he led offering management for machine learning, operational intelligence, and enterprise data security for the mainframe portfolio. He also led software engineering for database management systems and security. Prior to CA Technologies, Vikas spent a number of years at IBM and SPSS, leading research and development for their predictive analytics portfolio.
A passionate supporter of lifelong learning, Vikas recently earned a Master’s degree in Predictive Analytics and a Certificate for Advanced Graduate Studies in Data Sciences from Northwestern University. He also has Engineering degrees from Sri Venkateswara University in India and Florida Atlantic University, as well as executive management education from Kellogg School of Management. He has over two dozen publications in international conferences and journals in the fields of engineering design and expert systems.
Joe Doria is Chief Marketing Officer of the Mainframe Software Division at Broadcom and a member of Broadcom’s leadership team. His unparalleled expertise in product management and product marketing is the fruit of over two decades in the technology industry focusing on mainframe and enterprise IT.
Prior to joining Broadcom, Joe served as an executive within IBM for 21 years. While at IBM, he oversaw marketing for the revolutionary ThinkPad product. He then moved on to become head of IBM z Systems Marketing where he developed and directed the global launches of six generations of the mainframe: z10through z15.
Joe’s mainframe and enterprise IT marketing success is the outcome of his commitment to both the art and the science of marketing. He is highly skilled at leveraging the tremendous amounts of data now available to inform marketing strategies and plans, while simultaneously encouraging collaboration and creativity to bring power to brand messages and optimize client engagement.
As an industry speaker, Joe motivates decision makers to use technology to drive value and impact in their businesses. He also prioritizes time with clients, keeping his finger on the pulse of what is happening in the marketplace so that he can position the mainframe as the dynamic solution for business that it continues to be.
Monique Boucher is Chief Business Operations Officer for the Mainframe Software Division at Broadcom. In this role, Monique drives creation and execution of the Mainframe division operating plan and oversees the management system, processes, and operational controls necessary to ensure the division is achieving its performance and operational objectives.
Monique joined Broadcom through the CA Technologies acquisition. While at CA, she held operational roles for the Mainframe Business Unit as well as Enterprise Systems. In her three decades in the software industry, Monique has served in a variety of leadership positions in Software Development, Support, Product Management, and Business Operations and Program Management.
Drawing upon the experience and expertise provided by her diverse background, Monique is able to effectively manage change across organizations to drive business. Her skills played a vital role in the initial Mainframe Agile Transformation at Concord Communications and CA Technologies Mainframe Division, which focused on developing partnerships with customers to drive more value into products and improve time to value. Her current focus is around business management and agility in the organization.
Monique is an alumna of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.