Otto Berkes Assumes CTO Role at CA Tech

Otto Berkes
Otto Berkes

TYSONS CORNER, VA June 2, 2015 — GovCon Executive reported Monday on CA Technologies (Nasdaq: CA) announcing Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) veteran Otto Berkes as its new chief technology officer.

Berkes comes to CA Tech from HBO, where he led enterprise technology operations and oversaw development of the company’s online streaming service, after spending 18 years in leadership roles at Microsoft.

“Otto believes in relentless focus on customer experience and the kind of cutting-edge engineering that will drive CA to new levels of innovation in the application economy, ” Mike Gregoire, CEO of CA Tech said Monday.

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