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Xometry appoints Subir Dutt as new Chief Sales Officer

He most recently served as head of mid-Atlantic enterprise sales for Google Cloud, where he and his team drove significant, triple-digit increases in annual revenue

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Xometry, a global AI-powered marketplace that connects buyers with suppliers of custom manufacturing services, has appointed Subir Dutt as the company’s new Chief Sales Officer.

As a widely respected enterprise sales leader for Google, Oracle, and CapGemini, Dutt brings considerable expertise in leading high-performing sales teams across North America, Europe, and Asia. He most recently served as head of mid-Atlantic enterprise sales for Google Cloud, where he and his team drove significant, triple-digit increases in annual revenue. Dutt succeeds Kathy Mayerhofer, who is stepping away to pursue outside activities.

“Subir brings significant experience leading high-performing, high-growth sales teams that cater to large enterprise customers across nearly every sector,” said Randy Altschuler, CEO of Xometry. “Subir is an expert in AI and cloud-based services, matching our own company’s offerings, and he innately understands the manufacturing world, having earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical and industrial engineering.”

“Through its AI-fueled marketplace and expanding suite of cloud-based services and software, Xometry is rapidly digitizing the manufacturing space and playing a pivotal role in strengthening supply chains everywhere,” said Subir Dutt. “I’m passionate about leveraging technology to help clients accelerate their own digital journeys, and I look forward to working with Randy and the rest of the management team to accelerate Xometry’s continued growth.”

As head of cloud sales for Google Cloud’s mid-Atlantic enterprise region, Dutt worked with major companies in the medical/healthcare, media, consumer goods, and financial services sectors. As senior vice president for CapGemini, he helped drive the transformation of the company’s Oracle business to XaaS. At Oracle, he built and led high-performing teams serving clients in the high-tech, telecommunications, manufacturing, and distribution industries.

“As we welcome Subir to Xometry, we also thank Kathy for her tremendous leadership in helping scale our business,” said Altschuler. “In her seven years with Xometry, Kathy led our team to new heights every year, helping grow our revenue from $17 million in 2017 to $463 million at the end of last year.”

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