Welcome to RocNet, Bob Tynan - our new Chief Commercial Official
RocNet is absolutely thrilled to welcome Bob Tynan as our new Chief Commercial Officer. Bob joins RocNet from Cisco, where he was most recently the head of Global Market Strategy for Service Providers.
His vast experience in sales and marketing leadership roles will allow him to help accelerate RocNet’s growth with both legacy and emerging technologies. Bob will focus his efforts on building positive customer engagement and experience and help to grow the RocNet brand throughout the US and around the globe.
Welcome to the team, Bob!
Bob Tynan is a technology, sales and marketing leader with over 20 years of experience leading sales, marketing and business development initiatives in the technology sector.
Bob started his career at General Electric in the Plastics Division, working through Sales Engineering, Field Sales and Field marketing roles. Bob entered the Cable Service Provider Industry at Scientific-Atlanta in 2000 in a Product marketing role and joined Cisco via acquisition. He held positions in Product Marketing, Business Development and Strategy roles, across Access Network Devices and Consumer Data products before leaving to explore the IoT Consumer space with Flextronics.
Bob developed a relationship with RocNet as the VP of North American Sales for Casa Systems, responsible for Cable and Fixed Telco regional accounts. Bob rejoined Cisco in 2020 as Bob the head of a Global Marketing Strategy team with a focus on accelerating Service Providers revenue in the Business Services market. His most recent role was as the Service Provider lead for the Cisco Customer Solutions marketing team focused on Audience marketing.
Bob earned his Masters of Engineering Management degree from Dartmouth College and holds undergraduate degrees in Physics and Mechanical Engineering from Colgate University and Dartmouth College, respectively.
Bob lives in the Atlanta Metro area with his wife Danielle, children Vivienne and Gavin, and the family dogs. Time permitting, Bob hits a few tennis balls and cycles in the backwoods of North Georgia.