Larry Stack is senior vice president and general manager of North America Commercial Sales at Red Hat, where he is responsible for leading sales strategy, accelerating the growth of the business, and collaborating with partners and customers to implement flexible open source solutions that help customers drive innovation. Larry joined Red Hat in 2018 as senior vice president of Global Accounts and Target Industries, with responsibility for leading the development of an industry-focused sales approach and strategic and program leadership for the company's Global Accounts team.
Before Red Hat, Larry was a senior vice president and global sales leader at DXC Technology, where he led the company's combined worldwide sales force across all regions and industries, following the merger between CSC and the Enterprise Services Division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Before the merger, Larry was senior vice president and chief sales officer, Enterprise Services for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In that role, he oversaw the global sales organization and worked jointly with the regions and delivery teams within the Enterprise Services group to drive improved client services and sales.
Larry joined HP from Accenture, where he was a senior managing director, responsible for global sales in Accenture's Health and Public Service Operating Group. In this role, he led a transformation that increased the overall win rate, exceeded sales targets, surpassed contract margin targets, and led Accenture business groups in several core sales metrics. Prior to Accenture, Larry was a vice president in the Enterprise Services business at HP and led North American Communications and Government operations for Fujitsu
Before Fujitsu, Larry held several key U.S. federal government positions, including serving in the U.S. Air Force, and the White House Situation Room under the Reagan and Bush administrations. Larry also served as the Chief of Field Operations for the United Nations in Angola and as a negotiator in Bosnia, where he assisted in efforts to implement various peace accords.