Brian Marvin

Brian Marvin is Vice President Federal Sales for ServiceNow, bringing 20+ years of enterprise software sales leadership and management working with companies including Blackboard and BMC. In this role he drives the strategy for bringing the efficiency of as-a-service cloud technology to the operations of federal agencies.

Brian has a noted track record of turning around underperforming teams. He has successfully led change initiatives that grow existing business, develop new revenue streams, drive cost and time efficiencies, and build business partnerships all with a customer-centric focus.

Brian served as an Infantry Officer in the Marine Corps and attended the U.S. Naval Academy Class of “90.


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