Ping Identity Taps New CFO
Mar 15, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Ping Identity announced the addition of Michael J. Sullivan as chief financial officer (CFO).
According to a release, Sullivan has a track record in companies, with more than 25 years of financial, communication and operational experience. In his new role at Ping Identity, he is responsible for creating scalable, agile financial and business processes to enable rapid, well managed growth.
"Mike joins Ping Identity at a critical time in the growth of our company and the markets we serve," said Ping Identity CEO Andre Durand. "He brings the expertise we need to optimize our long-term plans for accelerated revenue growth."
Ping Identity said Sullivan recently served as executive vice president and CFO of IHS, a global source of information and analysis, where he was responsible for the overall performance of the business and financial management of the company. As CFO, he drove the transformation of IHS from a 45-year-old privately held company to a high-performing, credible public company. Sullivan helped IHS complete more than 40 acquisitions, increase revenue by nearly 4X, grow profit by more than 5X and increase market capitalization by more than $4 billion.
Prior to IHS, the Company noted that Sullivan served as the director of financial planning and analysis for Coors Brewing Company, where he helped shape the way in which Coors communicated with its public stakeholders. Sullivan spent ten years as senior manager of the M&A transaction support and audit practice for Price Waterhouse.
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