As executive vice president of the Worldwide Commercial Business organization, Judson Althoff leads Microsoft’s commercial business strategy, including enterprise, public sector, small and mid-market, services, developer and partner. His organization is responsible for leading the digital transformation for commercial customers and partners to realize greater business value through the use of technology. Althoff is passionate about creating fans and advocates by bringing Microsoft’s bold ambitions to life for customers and partners, enabling their journey to the cloud.
Prior to this role, Althoff was president of Microsoft North America, responsible for commercial and public sector customers and partners as well as the retail and operator channel consumer business across the United States and Canada. During this time, he drove double digit revenue growth on a $30B business, and triple digit cloud growth across North America.
Althoff joined Microsoft in March 2013. Prior to this, Althoff spent 14 years at Oracle where he most recently served as senior vice president, and also spent several years at EMC.
Althoff holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. He sits on the Illinois Institute of Technology Computer Science Advisory Board and is a co-chair of Free the Children’s Seattle WE Day. Originally from Ohio, Althoff resides in Seattle with his wife and four children.