General Manager, Agile Management
Angela T. Tucci is general manager of Agile Management at CA Technologies, joining from recently acquired Rally Software. In her current role at CA, Angela leads the Agile, PPM and Service Management groups, as well as supporting CA in its Agile Transformation. A veteran of the enterprise software industry, Angela brings more than 20 years of experience leading, developing and executing successful global strategy initiatives and driving profitability in organizations. Angela assumed the role of General Manager of the Rally business following the departure of the CEO post-acquisition. Prior to that, she held the position of Chief Revenue Officer of Rally Software, responsible for all revenue generation processes in the organization, including Marketing, Sales and Customer Success. She joined Rally in late 2013 as the company’s first Chief Marketing Officer. From 2011-2013, Angela served as Chief Strategy Officer for Symantec Corporation — a global leader in security, backup, and availability solutions — where she was responsible for the company’s business strategy, venture investing, innovation businesses, and M&A. Before her tenure at Symantec, Angela was Chief Strategy Officer at NEON Enterprise Software, a mainframe tools company, where she led the development and execution of the company’s corporate strategy and market direction, driving the company to be cashflow positive for the first time. While at NEON, Angela also acted as CEO of Compliance Spectrum, an IT governance and risk management company. She helped prepare the company for acquisition and turned the company around by focusing on profitability and growth, and presenting a qualified acquirer. Angela also co-founded cloud-computing company Terraspring in 1999, which was later acquired by Sun Microsystems, and co-founded Indicative Software in 2003, which was acquired by Nimsoft, who was acquired by CA Technologies shortly thereafter. Angela is trustee for the Anita Borg Institute, a non-profit organization focused on the advancement of women in computing and technology. She holds a master’s degree in business from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Princeton University.