San Francisco – March 28, 2018 – NodeSource, the Node.js® company, today announced the hiring of Thomas DeMeo as vice president of product. DeMeo‘s responsibilities include product vision, strategy and execution across the entire product line. Additionally, DeMeo is charged with building a world-class team using best practices, methodologies and design thinking to identify and solve critical customer challenges in a rapid and efficient way.
DeMeo brings to NodeSource more than 25 years years of product experience in the tech industry, covering SaaS, enterprise and consumer products alike. Prior to joining NodeSource, DeMeo held senior roles at open source ECM provider Alfresco, where he was vice president of product management; at Citrix, where he was senior director of product management; at HP as director of product management for the applications and services group; at Adobe as director of product management and group product manager for Adobe Creative Suite; and additional experience with early stage companies and startups from earlier in his career.
"Thomas has a successful background of identifying opportunities, articulating compelling product visions and then sweating the innumerable details that go into delivering them," said NodeSource CEO Travis Adlman. "His executive-level experience in enterprise software, cloud services, open source, hardware and technology licensing is exactly the profile we were looking for with this critical hire. Here at NodeSource we believe that the transition to Node.js from legacy platforms will have generational impact on how enterprises think about their technology stacks and deliver value to their constituents, and Thomas will play a major role in helping us to build the products that power this trend."
DeMeo holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology and an MBA from San Jose State University. He has also participated in Stanford University’s d.school Design Thinking Bootcamp and Caltech’s Executive Development program.