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Greg Lotko

Greg Lotko

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mainframe Division

Greg Lotko joins Broadcom as General Manager of Broadcom’s Mainframe Division. Before the acquisition of CA, he was General Manager of CA’s Mainframe Business Unit which helped enterprises build, operate, automate and secure their current and next-generation systems to optimize and fuel digital transformation. He joined CA in August of 2017 as the Senior Vice President of Software Engineering for Mainframe, responsible for leading engineering for all Mainframe products, including CA’s primary labs around the world in North America, Czech Republic and India.
 
Prior to joining CA, Greg spent 29 years with IBM, where he most recently served as the vice president and worldwide head of development for IBM’s storage and software defined infrastructure portfolio and was a member of the CEO’s Growth and Transformation team. Greg has extensive Mainframe expertise and leadership experience in hardware, software, services and corporate functions. Over the past 30 years Greg has held a wide range of senior executive positions and built lasting customer relationships with his “customer-first” approach that consistently drives business transformation for clients. Greg served as the Business Line Executive of the IBM z Division, responsible for all facets of IBM's mainframe business including strategy, architecture, operations and overall financial performance. 
 
Starting his career as a programmer/analyst and project manager, Greg also held other executive and senior management positions at IBM including: Information Management Warehouse Strategy and Solutions across databases and platforms, DB2 for z/OS, IMS, Development for WebSphere Information Integration, Worldwide IMS Technical Support, and Head of Digital Media Development. In IBM Global Services, Greg was the Delivery Executive on a large Application Outsourcing account in the Insurance & Finance Industry and obtained certification as a Senior Executive Project Manager. Greg received his Computer Science degree from Clarkson University and serves on the Dean of Arts & Science Advisory Council.
 

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