- Insider reviewed Salesforce’s official internal organization chart to identify its top executives and staff.
- We built a charter of 138 people helping CEO Marc Benioff lead the $ 208 billion company.
- Salesforce has seen some executive changes lately, with new executives coming to the fore.
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Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, oversees approximately 56,000 global employees who keep the company $ 208 billion in expansion from its state-of-the-art customer relationship management program into a complete suite of digital tools.
An internal organization chart seen by Insider revealed the top 138 executives who help Benioff manage the global software giant in the cloud, leading key departments such as operations, sales, customer success, legal and human relations, and even programs around to philanthropy and sustainability, which are part of Salesforce famous 1% corporate gift template.
Insider has identified the direct reports of Benioff 13 and a selection of the people who report to them (the list does not include direct reports on roles such as executive assistant, head of security and most chief of staff).
Meanwhile, a growing list of C-suite executives now reports directly to chief operating officer Bret Taylor, which The profile is constantly growing to the company. It was u mind behind the $ 27.7 billion Salesforce deal to buy Slack and is preparing for a promotion to an executive role, sources told Reuters in March.
We’ve also included Taylor’s nine direct reports, including recently printed ones chief product officer David Schmaier, marketing director Sarah Franklin, and Tableau’s new CEO Mark Nelson, as well as direct reports for executives managing key business areas such as marketing, product, engineering and corporate development.
Salesforce also had it some important executive changes since the beginning of the year:
Amy Weaver has changed that chief legal officer to CFO at the end of January, although the legal team still appears to be under his supervision. Former CFO Mark Hawkins officially left in late January, but remains as a consultant with the title “CFO emeritus” until October.
Adam Blitzer – who managed Marketing, Sales and Salesforce’s experienced product lines – left the company in May to join Datadog as COO. Salesforce declined to comment on whether Blitzer’s role would be fulfilled and his reports now refer to product manager Schmaier.
Finally, former CEO of Tableau Adam Selipsky left the company to take on a role as CEO of Amazon Web Services. While Selipsky referred directly to Benioff, Tableau’s new CEO, Mark Nelson, reports Taylor. MuleSoft CEO – Brent Hayward – also reports to Taylor, indicating that the COO is leading the integration of acquired Salesforce companies. (It is probable, though not confirmed, that
CEO Stewart Butterfield will report to Taylor once the deal officially closes later this year.)
Meet the 138 most powerful people in Salesforce including CEO Marc Benioff: