Peter Graf

About Peter Graf

Dr. Peter Graf is the chief product officer (CPO) of Genesys, driving the global product vision and innovation strategy. He oversees software product management, engineering, cloud operations and product delivery across the company’s industry-leading customer experience platform. Peter has held a variety of executive leadership positions in operations, development, sales, marketing and services throughout his more than 25 years in the global enterprise software industry. His extensive background includes deep expertise on emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence. Prior to Genesys, Peter served as CPO for Sungevity, a market-leading solar electricity company. Earlier in his career, Peter held multiple senior leadership roles with multinational software corporation SAP, including serving as the executive vice president and general manager of Sustainability Software. Peter earned a doctorate in computer science from Universität des Saarlandes and a master’s degree in computer science and economics from Technische Universität Kaiserslautern in Germany.

Paul Rolfe

About Paul Rolfe

Paul is Vice-President, Global Partners and Alliances at Genesys and responsible for driving the strategies and execution of the partner revenue-generating business initiatives on a worldwide basis. This includes expanding Genesys engagement with cloud solution partners and resellers.

Paul Segre

About Paul Segre

Paul Segre is the chief executive officer at Genesys. Since taking on this position in 2007, he has led the company to consistent yearly double-digit growth and revenues of over $1 billion. Paul joined Genesys in 2002 as chief technology officer with responsibility for product management and engineering. In 2004, he became chief operating officer with responsibility for sales, service, and support. From 2002 to 2011, Paul held a variety of executive management roles at Alcatel-Lucent, including president of the Applications Group, which included Genesys. During this time, he led a worldwide team and grew revenues to more than $2.9 billion. Prior to Genesys, Paul held senior positions at DSC, Bell Labs, and AT&T Network Systems in strategy, business development, and operations support systems development. He holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a master's degree in operations research from Stanford University.

Bruce Eidsvik

About Bruce Eidsvik

Bruce is the SVP of Global Field Marketing. Previously, Bruce headed up the Asia Pacific team as the Managing Director APAC with the overall responsibility for Genesys customer activities, including sales, channel-management, delivery and customer satisfaction. Based in Singapore he collaborates very closely with the Genesys APAC team to ensure customer engagement and alignment across the region. Prior to joining the APAC team Bruce managed the Strategic Solutions group for the Alcatel-Lucent Entreprise, based in Paris. The Strategic Solutions group included Business Consultants, Solution Architects and Sales Specialist who focus our leading edge packages to help drive innovation and deliver powerful business cases for our customers and partners. Formerly, Bruce ran the Voice Portal team in EMEA which conceived the highly successful intelligent Customer Front Door solution which is helping customer’s deliver better customer service through a balance of live and self service. Prior to Genesys, Bruce was a co-founder of VoiceGenie Technologies and ran the global sales force. VoiceGenie was acquired by Genesys in 2006. Bruce is a pioneer in the VoiceXML marketspace, having worked with AT&T since 1996 in the development of the original VoiceXML phoneweb product. Bruce was also instrumental in securing VoiceGenie’s early lead in the marketplace and devising the focused product strategy that led to early profitability for the company. Prior to VoiceGenie, Bruce worked for several years as VP of Sales and Marketing for Array and as Director of Engineering and Director of Business Development for Sparton of Canada. He received his BSc. with Honours in Engineering Physics in 1985.