Nashua, NH (February 15, 2017) —Forcivity, a cloud-based data reporting and access platform, announced today that it has hired Brian Brady as its new Vice President of Sales. Brady, who was previously the first sales hire of Manchester-based Dyn, which was acquired by Oracle for $600 million in 2016, will focus on adding new customers and scaling the Forcivity Go To Market engine.
“We are proud of the products we have built at Forcivity and now it is time to get them in the hands of more customers who can benefit from them,” said Steve Baines, CEO and co-founder, Forcivity. “Brian is the perfect sales leader to make this happen. He has a proven record of growing sales organizations, winning customers and establishing long-term relationships.”
Forcivity helps make life easier for Salesforce.com administrators by giving them unfettered access to Salesforce data while keeping that information secure and recoverable. Since launching the beta version of the platform in August 2016, Forcivity is already solving those problems for companies like Thycotic and EnterpriseDB. They are now looking to get their message out to more enterprise businesses. Tasked with leading that Go To Market effort will be Brady who was the first sales hire at Dyn back in 2008 and spent the next eight years helping grow the company to $100 million in annual recurring revenue.
“It is very rare to find a company with the perfect combination of a huge problem they’re trying to solve, a best-in-class product that can solve it and a visionary leadership team at the helm,” Brady said. “I knew early on that Dyn had those ingredients. And I feel the same is true of Forcivity, which is why is why I am so excited to join the team.”
Brady joins Baines, co-founder Max Lydstone and Ben Yarvis, Forcivity’s CTO, on the company’s leadership team.
Forcivity continues its hot streak as it has celebrated several recent wins having recently announced it had received runner up in the HiTech category of the 5th Annual Flatley Challenge and, as a result, will be moving its headquarters to the Nashua Technology Park (NTP). Previously, the company won second place and a $30,000 investment at the 2016 TechOut competition.
For more information on Forcivity and its product offerings visit www.forcivity.com.