Ardexa, a leader in secure IoT solutions, appoints key senior personnel in Asia Pacific and North America to meet rapidly growing demand
Tim Lane – Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing – Asia Pacific
Ardexa welcomes Tim Lane, as SVP Sales and Marketing for Australia, India and South East Asia. Tim leads growth of Ardexa industry IoT solutions across all industries and is based in Singapore.
George Cora, CEO of Ardexa, states “We’re very excited to have Tim on board. His depth of experience and capabilities will complement our growing and diverse team. Tim has spent more than 25 years in global professional services, technology, manufacturing and engineering. Having deep experience in the Australian and Asian region, he is well placed to support our growth ambitions across the region. “
Prior to joining Ardexa, Tim has held senior operational and management roles in mining, manufacturing and services businesses. Tim has recently worked with a global professional services business leading the establishment of new subsidiaries, sales and business development programs. He has supported many global organizations to develop efficient operational processes, even where change or cultural management was difficult. Tim holds graduate qualifications in mechanical engineering, business administration, as well as being an accredited Company Director.
Tim Lane adds: “I am very happy to join Ardexa at this exciting time in their history. The need for secure remote monitoring and control solutions in renewable energy and industrial automation is rapidly growing in the APAC region and Ardexa has the intelligent, secure and forward-thinking solution”.
Brian Riley – Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing – North America
It is with great pleasure that Ardexa welcomes Brian Riley into Ardexa, Inc., our USA subsidiary. Brian commenced as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for North America. Brian is based on the East Coast USA and close to the newly opened Ardexa offices in Alexandria, Virginia.
Brian comes with a very strong history of technology sales leadership. He has worked and grown numerous companies through his 30-year career. He has lead business development for some of the earliest entrants and fastest growing technology and software businesses in Internet services, information security and IT infrastructure management.
George Cora, Ardexa CEO, notes, “I am very pleased to welcome Brian Riley to Ardexa. Having worked with Brian in the past, I have the utmost confidence that he will be an asset for any Ardexa customer that wishes to carefully navigate and architect new secure plant data connections and operational data structures. Brian is passionate about growing technology businesses and helping clients think through those essential building blocks, something that most industrial companies need to do with their IoT, operational data an industry 4.0 programs.”
Brian comments: “A couple times in my career I’ve had the great fortune to join early stage companies with disruptive technology in high growth markets. Ardexa has all of key ingredients of a hyper-growth SaaS company and the leadership team in place to manage it successfully. It’s truly incredible what has been accomplished to date in industries such as renewable energy and OEM. I couldn’t be more thrilled to be joining the Ardexa team.”
Ardexa is a global software company that has revolutionized the way data capture, management and control is achieved for plants and machines.
With Ardexa, you can effortlessly connect remote plants and machines to the cloud while keeping them invisible to the Internet. Ardexa guards the operating data end-to-end using cyber security technology used by defence and intelligence agencies. Ardexa enables process automation, device management, security monitoring and operational analytics to optimize operational performance. Ardexa makes it easy to share data with partners, customers, AI and analytical vendors. Ardexa also enables secure remote control of plants and machines, dramatically lowering O&M costs.
Ardexa works extensively in renewable energy, OEM and water, as well as other industries.