Scott Clark

Vice President, Advanced Services
Cloud & Networking Services

Scott Clark is Vice President of Cisco’s Cloud and Networking Services (C&NS) Innovation and Delivery Team (IDT) in Advanced Services. C&NS partners with Cisco global clients on their digital transformation by advising, implementing, and managing solutions to achieve their business goals for the data center, cloud, mobility, and service provider video.

Building a global organization of industry, end user, and Cisco experts, Clark has developed the industry’s most experienced and insightful team as well as the most comprehensive portfolio of services and partnerships. These capabilities help Cisco clients transform and optimize next-generation networks, data centers, and cloud service delivery models, which in turn deliver accelerated business outcomes, faster time to market, and market-leading performance and operational metrics. Cisco is recognized as the industry leader in cloud professional services due to a focus on continuous innovation, value, and client satisfaction, coupled with Clark’s experience in building service and technology alliances.

Under Clark’s leadership, Cisco recently introduced new services to help clients increase their business agility and realize the true value of their networks through Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI). His organization also pioneered the Cisco Domain Ten® framework, which Cisco has employed to simplify customer data center transformations including cloud, virtual desktop, application migration, and data center consolidation.

Clark’s career spans over 30 years in the service, software, and global data center industries including as Vice President of Professional Services at Egenera, Vice President of Global Professional Services and Global Services Operations at EMC, Vice President and General Manager of the Global Client Server Business Unit for Unisys, and President and Chief Operating Officer for Systems Consultants, Inc., a provider of enterprise resource planning and e-portal software.

Clark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire.

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