Scott McCorkle has stepped down from his position as CEO of Salesforce Marketing Cloud as of Aug. 1, according to the company.
McCorkle stated via Twitter that he will be taking a break prior to beginning new employment.
In a statement, Salesforce noted that McCorkle’s successor will be Bob Stutz, the company’s current Chief Analytics Officer, who has been working at Salesforce since November 2015. Stutz has held previous senior-level marketing roles at companies such as Microsoft, HP Inc., SAP and Siebel Systems before it was acquired by Oracle in 2005.
The announcement ends McCorkle’s 11-year employment with the tech software giant. He joined ExactTarget in 2005 as the company’s President of Technology and Strategy. He succeeded ExactTarget Co-Founder Scott Dorsey as the company’s CEO in June 2014. In that same month, Salesforce announced that it would acquire ExactTarget for $2.5 billion, and McCorkle was named CEO of the newly christened Salesforce Marketing Cloud.
“We appreciate Scott’s contributions to the success of Salesforce and wish him the best in his future endeavors,” the company concluded in its statement.