Domo appoints John Mellor as CEO alongside Carine Clark as Executive Chair and John Pestana as new Independent Director

– USA, UT –  Domo, Inc. (Nasdaq: DOMO) today announced the appointment of John Mellor,  CSO since 2019, to its Board of Directors as CEO, effective immediately, replacing Josh James who has stepped down from the Board as the CEO, Chairman.

The company also announced the election of Carine Clark as Executive Chair and appointed John Pestana as a new independent director.

“I am excited to become Domo’s Executive Chair and look forward to working closely with John and Catherine in their new roles. Both appointments are a natural progression for these respected and talented executives, who have each held senior leadership roles at Domo and Adobe,” said Carine Clark.

She added: “John has made considerable contributions to our progress since joining Domo in 2019 and is keenly focused on advancing our growth strategy and maintaining operational efficiencies. While at Adobe, he was VP of Strategy and Business for the company’s Digital Experience business unit which grew from $300 million to nearly $3 billion in annual revenue. We are confident that John possesses the experience and expertise to lead our team in the next chapter of growth and innovation. Since joining Domo from Adobe in 2013, Catherine has added extensive technology and engineering management experience to Domo’s seasoned leadership team. As COO, she will be further empowered to guide Domo on an accelerated path forward.”

About John Mellor

John has more than 25 years of experience in the tech industry. Since 2019, he has been responsible for shaping Domo’s corporate strategy, positioning, and marketing. Before Domo, John was VP for strategy and business operations for Adobe’s Digital Experience business unit, while the business grew from $300 million to nearly $3 billion in annual revenue. He joined Adobe through its acquisition of Omniture, the industry’s largest standalone web analytics business, where he served as EVP of strategy and business development. John holds both a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering and an M.B.A. from Brigham Young University.

About Carine Clark

Carine has been a director since March 2019 and has served as a member of the Audit Committee and as Chairperson of the Compensation Committee. She previously served as President and CEO at Banyan, a SaaS company, and is currently a venture partner at Pelion Venture Partners. Previously, Carine held leadership positions in software, market research, and marketing companies.

Carine has served on the Domo Board of Directors since March 2019. She previously served as President and CEO at Banyan, a SaaS company, and is currently a venture partner at Pelion Venture Partners. She previously served as president and CEO for Allegiance Software from January 2013 until it was acquired by Maritz Market Research and became MaritzCX in December 2014. After the acquisition, Carine continued to serve as President and CEO of MaritzCX, a customer experience, and market research company, until December 2016. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Focus Universal and several private companies, as well as community groups, and serves on the executive boards of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity and Silicon Slopes. Carine holds a B.A. in organizational communications and an M.B.A. from Brigham Young University.

About John Pestana

John Pestana is a distinguished entrepreneur, Co-Founder, and CEO of ObservePoint. He was also the co-founder of Omniture, which was acquired by Adobe in 2009. With John Pestana’s appointment, the size of the Board will increase from seven to eight members.

John has over 20 years of experience in SaaS software development and digital data and analytics. A distinguished entrepreneur, he currently serves as the CEO of ObservePoint, a data governance company helping customers manage technology, marketing, and privacy in a digital ecosystem. Before ObservePoint, John was the Co-Founder of Omniture, which developed from a student-run business to a worldwide, publicly-traded company in 2006 before the company was acquired by Adobe in 2009. John’s influence and accomplishments as a pioneering executive have been recognized by Ernst and Young and the BYU Marriott School Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology. He also serves on the national board of the Digital Analytics Association.

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