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Carlos Barberena

Carlos Barberena

Carlos Barberena leads Couchbase’s ISV business in the Americas.  He is a seasoned executive with a career-long record of success in business development, strategic alliance development, and sales management experience in the tech industry. He is currently the Director of ISVs at Couchbase, where he is responsible for leading the development and execution of strategic business plans and programs with independent software vendors (ISVs).

Before Couchbase, Carlos spent 4+ years at PTC where he led the IoT and AR business segment in Latin America and ISVs in Energy and Telco.  Carlos also spent over 10 years at Oracle, where he led business development for several global businesses, including EPM and Business Intelligence, Industry alignment for partners, and partner business development for Engineered Systems.  He developed industry and partner go-to-market strategies that resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars of confirmed attributed revenue.

Carlos holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a minor in Business Administration.

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