Courion Names Peter George as Senior VP of Engineering and Technology
Feb 07, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Courion Corp., a company focusing on risk-driven identity and access management (IAM), named Peter George as senior vice president of engineering and technology.
George will be responsible for ongoing development of the Courion Access Risk Management Suite, a platform for automating user access to organizations' enterprise systems and resources, demonstrating compliance and managing access risk. He will oversee the company's engineering strategy and operations, including the U.S. and India technology centers and the Courion Labs research team.
As CTO & SVP of Products and Technology, George was an integral part of the executive team that grew Kronos from $150m to $800m in revenue. Building a global technology and product management team that grew to more than 700 people, he led the delivery of the industry's first web-based workforce management application. After Kronos he served as CTO and executive vice president at Conservation Services Group, a $120 million energy conservation firm in Westborough, Mass. George also held a number of technical management positions at Digital Equipment Corp.
"Peter comes to Courion with an exceptional track record scaling software engineering, technology and product organizations for both private and public software companies," said Christopher Zannetos, president and CEO of Courion. "He's a brilliant thinker, an inspiring leader and a skilled executive. We're delighted to have him."
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