ScienceLogic Names New Chief Operating Officer and New Chief Revenue Officer
July 22, 2016
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ScienceLogic announced that Mike Denning was named Chief Operating Officer and Brant Kennedy was named Chief Revenue Officer.

As Chief Operating Officer at ScienceLogic, Mike Denning will lead product management, development, IT operations, support, and service delivery. Mike brings deep management experience to ScienceLogic, having previously run several globally-diverse, at-scale businesses. Most recently, Denning ran the Global Security Practice for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, a provider of managed security services. Prior to that, he was the GM of the Identity and Access Management business for CA Technologies, where he oversaw the successful acquisition and integration of Layer 7 Technologies and Arcot Systems. At VeriSign, Denning led and grew multiple security and IT management-related businesses.

“It’s great to be joining the team during such an exciting time, with forward momentum across the IT monitoring industry at large and at ScienceLogic in particular,” said Denning. “I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and helping many more enterprises and service providers reap the benefits of our hybrid IT monitoring software.”

As Chief Revenue Officer, Brant Kennedy is responsible for all revenue-generating activities at ScienceLogic. He has a rich history developing strategic direction for sales go-to-market, sales engineering, marketing, and channel programs. With over 25 years of sales and marketing experience in IT networking and IT security, he has developed highly effective sales organizations in government, enterprise, telco, service provider, and global account markets at both startups and market leaders. Prior to ScienceLogic, Kennedy held executive and sales leadership positions at ForeScout, Sybase, Orchestria, Nokia, and Cabletron.

“Enterprise, governments and service providers face unprecedented challenges with device proliferation, traditional legacy monitoring approaches, and cloud network convergence,” said Kennedy. “ScienceLogic’s customer-first approach delivers world class solutions that customers need. I’m excited to be joining a great company and a great team.”

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