|By Business Wire||
|August 20, 2014 11:01 AM EDT||
Nlyte Software, the world's leading software company focused on the automation of data center infrastructure management, today announced that it has expanded its executive management team, hiring Mark Gaydos, former SVP for Engine Yard as Nlyte’s CMO. Gaydos is an enterprise software veteran with extensive experience establishing company leadership in new markets and creating strong revenue growth. In the newly created role, he will be responsible for leading Nlyte's global marketing strategy as the company seeks to capitalize on the growing worldwide demand for DCIM solutions that drive greater data center efficiency and management across the IT spectrum.
“Nlyte’s data center infrastructure management solutions are being selected by some of the most well known brands throughout the world. Nlyte’s 98% customer retention rate validates companies are receiving strong business value from our solutions," said Gaydos. "I welcome the opportunity to be a part of this winning team and help contribute to the company’s fast growth and market leadership."
Gaydos joins Nlyte with more than 20 years of experience at other leading enterprise software and industry giants. Recently, he led global marketing for Engine Yard, where he successfully repositioned the company and drove multi-year growth while serving the needs of global organizations. Gaydos comes to Nlyte with a successful 20-year track record at technology giants SAP and Oracle, as well as high-growth startups Comergent and Tripwire, in addition to Engine Yard.
"Mark's extensive experience leading marketing teams for premier enterprise software companies will provide tremendous value to Nlyte as we enter our next phase of aggressive growth," Doug Sabella, CEO for Nlyte Software said. "In his career he has consistently developed strategies that have accelerated growth and expanded awareness to new audiences and markets. We expect his passion and leadership to help us convey all the capabilities and benefits that Nlyte brings to a broader set of organizations."
Hundreds of the world’s largest companies within financial services, telecommunications, technology, retail, automotive, aerospace, industrials, utilities and Internet companies depend on Nlyte to improve the management of physical, logical and virtual assets across their data centers.
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About Nlyte Software
Nlyte Software is the world's leading software company focused on planning, managing and optimizing data centers. Nlyte Software enables enterprises to extend IT management software to include the physical layer with the logical and virtual layers of the data center, maximizing the financial benefits from the optimized utilization of assets, space and power. Nlyte’s proven platform is used in the data centers of some of the largest and most valued companies in the world. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.nlyte.com/.
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