SANTA BARBARA, Calif., May 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Curtail announced it has made two strategic hires to help advance the company's mission. Deborah Scanlon will serve as vice president of strategic sales, and Nigel Quinnin will take on the role of vice president of development.
The hiring of these two experts will help Curtail in its mission to change how IT is implemented for government agencies, financial institutions, service providers and enterprise organizations that are developing and launching new software and services, especially in DevOps environments.
Deborah and Nigel bring extensive experience to the team:
- Deborah has an extensive enterprise software security and technology sales background and most recently worked for Gartner, where she assisted business leaders in strategic digital transformation and IT operational priorities for global and Fortune 500 clients. She is an early-stage company veteran, having worked with Recourse Technologies, Vormetric and BigFix. These companies were acquired by Symantec, Thales and IBM, respectively. She has also worked for IBM and Verizon.
- Nigel is a proven software development leader with a strong technical background and a track record of building exceptional teams. He applies a hands-on approach, bringing years of deep knowledge crafting unique solutions, while mentoring and growing team members. Most recently, he was chief technology officer at LumenVox and previously served as the director of software operations at Litel Instruments and as the CTO at Qubit Technology.
Frank Huerta, CEO of Curtail, said: "As we blaze a trail in keeping systems protected and running, we continue to seek out experienced tech veterans who can help lead the way. We have found the expertise and vision we need in Deborah and Nigel and are excited about expanding awareness of Curtail's innovative products."
Deborah Scanlon, vice president of strategic accounts, Curtail, said: "I've always had a passion for protecting businesses from risk. There's also a great satisfaction in helping companies align resources to make smart decisions faster. At Curtail, I have the opportunity to do both as we engage with customers in the Cloud and DevOps spaces."
Nigel Quinnin, vice president of development, Curtail, said: "My default is to work both analytically and pragmatically and to conceive exciting, creative products. Curtail is a great fit for me because the company is creating solutions that no one else has. I look forward to building a strategic development plan and an effective team to carry it out."
Curtail, based in Santa Barbara, Calif., is changing how IT is implemented for government agencies, financial institutions, service providers and enterprise organizations that are developing and launching new software and services, particularly in DevOps environments. By accelerating development while stopping vulnerabilities before they occur, Curtail keeps systems protected and running in the face of unplanned downtime, attacks or software failure. Website: www.curtail.com
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