- Netradyne, a leader in artificial intelligence and edge computing company focusing on driver and fleet safety, announced Michael DiNucci has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer
Netradyne ― a leader in artificial intelligence and edge computing company focusing on driver and fleet safety ― announced Michael DiNucci has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer to lead all global sales and business operations for the company.
DiNucci is joining the company as Netradyne continues to see a growing demand for its Driveri platform, an intelligent video analytics device. And he will be based in Silicon Valley and report directly to Netradyne co-founder and CEO Avneesh Agrawal.
“Mike’s experience and outlook make him a great addition to our leadership team at Netradyne as we embark on our next phase of growth,” said Avneesh Agrawal, Chief Executive Officer of Netradyne. “His successful track record in leading sales teams and building sales engines, coupled with his deep experience in the transportation space, makes him a solid addition to our executive team.”
DiNucci is joining Netradyne from electric vehicle (EV) charging network ChargePoint where his most recent position was Senior Vice President of Sales. And during his eleven years at ChargePoint he helped lead the company’s sales efforts and field operations. While DiNucci worked at the company, it grew from its pre-revenue phase to an annual run rate of more than $200 million.
“I’m thrilled to join Netradyne as we help more companies improve their driver safety,” added DiNucci. “Netradyne puts more intelligence at the edge, which places us in a unique position to improve road safety and disrupt the transportation space. Netradyne is having a direct impact on the companies adopting the Driveri platform, with reduced driving incidents, more awareness around driving risks and the ability to use data insights to reward positive driving.”
DiNucci has over 25 years of experience in technology, of which the last decade was spent in SaaS and clean transportation. And he specializes in designing, building, and scaling sales engines while driving elite performance among his teams. Before joining ChargePoint, he spent years managing sales teams at a number of companies, including VeriSign, Network Appliance, CyberSource, Silicon Graphics, and Xactly.
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