England has deep product management, marketing and operational experience, particularly with cloud-based, SaaS-driven businesses. At Veeva Systems Inc., she is the general manager for Veeva Vault, a cloud enterprise content and data management platform and suite of applications specifically built for life sciences.
“I am excited to welcome Avril to the CyberArk board, especially as Identity Security becomes foundational to organizations’ evolving cybersecurity strategies,” said Udi Mokady, chairman and CEO, CyberArk. “Her operational expertise and experience with high-growth SaaS-based businesses will be invaluable as we continue to invest in our broad SaaS portfolio and transition to a subscription model.”
During England’s tenure, Veeva Vault has grown to more than 50 percent of Veeva Systems’ revenues. Previously, she was a key contributor in two successful IPOs and held leadership roles at world-class organizations including Oracle PeopleSoft, Cisco WebEx and IBM DemandTec.
“Through innovation and a deep commitment to the customer, CyberArk has become the trusted leader in Identity Security, bringing critical insight and a strong vision to cybersecurity,” said England. “I have profound respect for this leadership team and am enthusiastic about CyberArk’s transition to a subscription business model and the company’s ability to execute on its Identity Security vision.”
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