Rich Noyes has been named Vice President of Sales for Active Endpoints, Inc. Noyes has an extensive experience in enterprise software sales for a broader range of technologies, including heading inside sales for dynaTrace, a top company in application performance management. He also held sales positions at Macromedia, Allaire, Sybase (News - Alert) and Powersoft.
With a strong grip on its business, Active Endpoints is validating the fact that in lieu of traditional, complex and expensive business process management systems or BPMS, alternatives are being desired by customers. As compared to 2009, the company has seen a 100% increase in its revenues in 2010.
In a release, Mark Taber, CEO, Active Endpoints, said, “Our customers’ success depends on quick proof and justification for their SOA-based BPM projects. With our rapid growth, we are investing heavily to ensure there is always someone available to answer technical questions, provide a reference or share a ROI story in ’real time.’”
According to Noyes, all the ingredients required to sustain a substantial growth are present with Active Endpoints, including an impressive and highly referenceable customer base, compelling value proposition, excellent products and proven management team.
“I am very excited to be able to apply my sales expertise to a company poised for even greater success in the future,” said Noyes.
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Edited by John Lahtinen