"Identropy’s impressive growth, thanks to its focus on executing a well-defined business strategy, is a great baseline from which to accelerate"
Little Ferry, NJ (PRWEB) March 17, 2011
Ranjeet Vidwans, a well-known and successful executive in the Identity & Access Management space, joins Identropy as Vice President of Sales & Business Development to accelerate Identropy’s traction in the cloud identity services market.
Over the last year, Identropy has solidified its position as a leading identity-enabled solutions provider, catalyzed by the introduction of its cloud-based managed service offering portfolio, which complement the well-established advisory and implementation services that have helped over a hundred organizations over the past four years.
“Ranjeet’s proven track record and recognition in the industry is the boost that Identropy seeks to dominate the cloud identity services space”, states Victor Barris, Identropy's CEO.
“Identropy’s impressive growth, thanks to its focus on executing a well-defined business strategy, is a great baseline from which to accelerate”, says Ranjeet Vidwans. “Customer traction is the best indicator that Identropy’s value proposition is reaching a tipping point, and I am glad to join the organization at this point in its evolution, so I can help Identropy consolidate its position as a leader in the market.”
Ranjeet has over 15 years of experience in the Identity Management and IT Security space, spanning consulting, product management, business development, and sales. “Ranjeet’s impressive track record in the industry, playing key roles at companies such as Cambridge Technology Partners, enCommerce, Entrust, Thor (acquired by Oracle), Securent (acquired by Cisco) and most recently Exalead; his leadership, well-established reputation and rapport with our strategic partners make him the ideal fit for our team”, adds Mr. Barris. “His broad experience in managing strategic partnership relationships and building successful sales and distribution channels are critical in this phase of Identropy’s evolution.”