It’s an exciting time at Ordr. Since securing our Series C funding in June we’ve been growing and building for a future that relies more and more on connected devices. Ordr’s mission is to protect those connected assets, and we execute against that mission passionately each day by building the world’s most accurate and complete device context repository using network intelligence.
Many factors are now coming together to drive the next level of growth for Ordr:
- Our connected device security market is growing rapidly.
- Our balance sheet is stronger than ever, fueled by our customer growth and the support of our investors.
- Our product-market fit is seamless.
- Our team is more energized than ever.
On top of this durable foundation, we welcome a leader who will lead Ordr to greater heights. I want to personally extend a warm welcome to Jim Hyman, our new CEO.
Thank You, Greg Murphy
Greg Murphy led the company for the last four years and has been an integral part of our success. I want to thank Greg for all his contributions to Ordr. It is difficult to fully convey our appreciation and gratitude to Greg in simple words, but his consistent thoughtfulness and emphasis on teamwork will continue to reverberate in our hallways. The business momentum, along with the customer-first culture established under his exceptional leadership is woven into our core values and sets us up for the next growth phase.
Today, Ordr has an impressive and growing list of leading healthcare and enterprise customers using our products to safeguard their devices, their networks, and their entire business.
Greg has truly positioned the company for future success, and we are immensely proud of our work to solve very complex security problems for our customers. Under Greg’s leadership we built an unrivaled security platform from the ground up, with rich features and a flexible open interface, on the foundation of a modern tech stack. Today, Ordr has an impressive and growing list of leading healthcare and enterprise customers using our products to safeguard their devices, their networks, and their entire business. These organizations- some of the world’s largest–validate our approach and strategy every day.
Welcome, Jim Hyman
Jim Hyman joins us at this important time, bringing an incredible background and deep experience to spearhead Ordr’s mission and supercharge our growth. Jim has taken businesses like ZScaler, Trusteer (acquired by IBM), and IronPort (acquired by Cisco) from the initial stages to business success. Most recently, Jim was the COO & CRO of Synack, a crowdsourced security company and undisputed leader in its space. Jim is a world-class executive with expertise in go-to-market execution and operations strategy, and brings to us a passion for customer success and growth.
Jim is a world-class executive with expertise in go-to-market execution and operations strategy, and brings to us a passion for customer success and growth.
I am excited about our next transformational stage and look forward to partnering with Jim as we execute our mission, accelerate our growth, and rapidly expand Ordr’s use cases for multiple personas across our target verticals. We will continue to build the world’s most formidable data lake—the Ordr Data Lake—to become the single source of truth for connected devices. We remain committed to innovation, creativity, and problem-solving for our customers.
Welcome to Ordr 2.0
Our partner-centric and customer-first culture will continue to be a priority, supported by our exceptionally talented and passionate team. I feel fortunate to be at a company in the leading position of a dynamic and growing market. More than ever, now is the time to accelerate our growth with Jim leading the charge.
I want to personally thank you all for your support over the years as we put our heads down to take our business to the next level. Welcome to Ordr 2.0!
Pandian has more than 20 years of product and engineering leadership experience and is also a serial entrepreneur. Before founding Ordr, he was the Chief Development Officer at Aruba, responsible for all of engineering and product management functions. Aruba, an enterprise mobile wireless company, was acquired by HPE for $3 Billion in March 2015. Before Aruba, Pandian served as the head of engineering for Cisco’s multi-billion-dollar Wi-Fi business unit and before that as VP of engineering for low-end switching product lines. He graduated with a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT, Chennai, India and holds several patents to his credit in various networking technologies.
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