- Anglepoint, the leader in software asset management (SAM), announced it named current CEO Ron Brill as the new President and Chairman and current COO Brian Papay as CEO
Anglepoint — the leader in software asset management (SAM) to the Fortune 500 recently announced it has named current CEO Ron Brill as the new President and Chairman at the company. And current COO Brian Papay has been named as CEO of the company.
These changes comes during a period of unprecedented growth and uniquely positions the company to capitalize on an impending inflection point in the industry while also maintaining its best-in-class SAM services to the world’s leading organizations.
“With the prevalence of cloud and related technologies, we’re at a critical juncture where SAM and ITAM need to adapt to an ‘as-a-service’ model,” said Brill. “With this move, I will focus more on Anglepoint’s strategic direction and key clients while Brian will run our growing team. I’ve worked closely with Brian for over 15 years and couldn’t be more excited to see him take over the CEO role.”
Over the last few years, Anglepoint saw over 30% compound annual growth in its SAM business serving more than 500 enterprise clients. Over that same period, the company also expanded to 7 countries and more than 100 employees. And the company also opened a new physical office in London and expanded its headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Plus the company also completed the design and construction of a new larger office in Lindon, Utah.
In 2017, Papay joined Anglepoint as the COO and he brings over 15 years of experience in Software Asset Management and licensing. Along with Anglepoint, Papay was responsible for Oracle’s License Management Services Group for North America, ran BEA Systems’ Licensing Team for North & South America, and was a Director at KPMG.
“Our significant growth is a reflection of the rising demand for high-quality SAM services, as well as the strength of Anglepoint’s commitment and value to Fortune 500 enterprises,” added Papay. “This is just the beginning. I’m thrilled to lead our growing, global team as we meet the immense demand for transformational SAM/ITAM solutions.”
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