BMC Names New SVP of Worldwide Strategic Sales and Operations
January 29, 2016
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BMC has hired Dan Streetman as SVP of Worldwide Strategic Sales and Operations.

An expert at developing new programs and guiding organizations through transformational change, Streetman is responsible for BMC’s global strategic sales initiatives, worldwide ecosystem, and sales operations in this newly created role.

Streetman comes to BMC from Salesforce where he was SVP of Worldwide Alliances and Channels Go-to-Market. Streetman has previously held senior sales leadership roles and been chief operating officer for several leading companies, including C3 Energy, Hanson McClain, Amdocs, and Siebel Systems.

“At this time of evolution and growth, Dan’s leadership experience is a tremendous asset to BMC, and I’m thrilled to welcome him to the team,” said Paul Appleby, EVP of Sales and Marketing at BMC. “His background in driving transformational change will enable him to build on our existing success and help us deliver strong growth in the years ahead."

In addition to his broad experience in leading technology companies, Streetman honed his leadership skills during service as a Ranger-qualified Infantry officer. He was awarded the Bronze Star during Operation Iraqi Freedom, and he was also selected by the Army Chief of Staff to receive the Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award. Streetman is a strong proponent of veteran employment, serving as a board advisor to several service organizations, including the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America and the Wounded Warrior Project. He is a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and he earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.

“My experience in world-class public and private organizations has reinforced to me the value of leadership. I’m proud to join an industry leader in which 82 percent of the Fortune 500 place their trust,” said Streetman. “BMC’s foundation of product excellence and innovation provides a platform for leadership as a critical partner for companies on their journeys to become digital enterprises.”

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