Former AWS Vice President of Global & Strategic Accounts, Carla Stratfold, Joins Reltio Board of Directors – Yahoo Finance

Stratfold Brings More Than 40 years of Go-to-Market Leadership at AWS, Oracle, and RealNetworks
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., October 06, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Reltio, an award-winning provider of the first cloud-native master data management (MDM) SaaS platform used by companies worldwide, announced today that longtime technology industry executive, Carla Stratfold, has joined the company’s Board of Directors. Stratfold recently retired from her position as Vice President of Global & Strategic Accounts at Amazon Web Services (AWS). In her 10 years at AWS, the company grew from $1 billion to $59 billion in revenue. Stratfold brings to Reltio this wealth of experience in helping customers leverage technology to fuel transformational growth.
Stratfold has a proven record of successfully scaling business operations and growing software revenue and margins internationally.
Stratfold has held multiple leadership roles in the digital media, cloud computing, and software technology spaces.
Appointment marks the third additional director that fast-growing Reltio has added in 2021. The company’s Board now comprises nine members.
At AWS, Stratfold led the Americas Sales organization through a period of rapid growth and expansion, and then led the Global & Strategic Accounts team responsible for supporting Fortune 200 companies in their journey to the cloud. During her time at Oracle, she led the Americas Product Sales and Marketing organization. At RealNetworks, Stratfold was the senior executive responsible for sales and distribution of technology and content services.
Chris Hylen, Chief Executive Officer, Reltio: "I am excited to welcome Carla to Reltio’s Board. Her distinct leadership experience and track record for building and growing high-performing, go-to-market teams across the globe will be invaluable as we rapidly scale and grow in markets in which we currently operate, and as we expand to new regions. We are thrilled that Carla has joined us at this pivotal time for the company."
Carla Stratfold, Director, Reltio Board of Directors: "I am fortunate to join Reltio’s Board of Directors after a rewarding career building and managing go-to-market teams for some of the most influential global technology companies. I look forward to contributing strategic insight from my experience in this space to help accelerate the company's transformation and growth."
About Reltio
Reltio disrupted the master data management (MDM) software market when it launched the first cloud-native MDM software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform in 2011. The Reltio Connected Data Platform is a proven multi-tenant, multi-domain MDM platform that masters all data types in real-time and at-scale. Customers benefit from agility, scale, simplicity, security, and performance unmatched by Reltio’s competitors.
Reltio Connected Data Platform uniquely features big data architecture to manage massive data volumes in real-time for operational, analytical, and data science use cases, an API-first SaaS business model for rapid configuration and responsive data management, and Connected Graph technology to discover relationships. To learn more, visit
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