Pathlock, a provider of application security and controls automation for critical business applications, has appointed Damon Tompkins as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer. Pathlock has offices in Dallas and India.
Tompkins brings 25 years of experience in the technology industry, where he has a proven track record of successfully building and leading high-performance sales teams and implementing strategies for better integration and alignment in all revenue-related functions, the company said in an announcement.
“Building a world-class sales organization is a strategic imperative for us. Damon’s extensive experience, proven leadership in sales growth, and customer success will be a strong addition to the team,” Pathlock CEO Piyush Pandey said in a statement.
As enterprises rely on an increasingly vast application landscape, Pathlock offers a single, unified platform to identify and quantify the risk associated with all major ERP, CRM, HR, and supply chain applications.
Pathlock’s recent mergers, acquisitions, and capital raises have enabled the company to address the increasing risk in application security while establishing its leadership position as the industry’s most complete 360-degree platform for application security and controls automation.
Most recently, Tompkins was CRO on the Delinea executive leadership team, where he oversaw company revenue growth over 10 times in five years, according to the announcement. At Delina, formerly Thycotic-Centrify, Tompkins also was SVP of the Americas and then of worldwide sales.
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