Accomplished Global Sales Leader, Ed Carter, Joins Zimperium as Chief Revenue Officer

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Accomplished Global Sales Leader, Ed Carter, Joins Zimperium as Chief Revenue Officer

Zimperium today announced that Ed Carter has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer. Leveraging more than 20 years of leadership experience, Ed will play a strategic role in accelerating Zimperium’s industry-leading growth and expansion by leading all global sales and channels. 

“We are excited to welcome Ed to the Zimperium team,” said Shridhar Mittal, our chief executive officer. “Ed is a strategic, driven and transformative sales leader with proven experience spanning both high-growth start-ups and Fortune 500 companies. Ed also brings a unique background as a commissioned Air Force officer where he served in both operations and finance in the space and intelligence sectors. All of these experiences will prove invaluable to Zimperium, our customers and our partners.”

Ed has spent more than twenty years in technology including seventeen in leadership roles with SaaS companies specializing in IT Resilience, Customer Experience Management, Datacenter Infrastructure, and Corporate Performance Management.

Prior to joining Zimperium, Ed was the CRO at Zerto where he led the company’s double digit growth across both Enterprise and Managed Service Provider markets. Before Zerto, Ed held senior sales roles at Sprinklr and VCE, driving hyper growth strategies and execution models. Prior to VCE, Carter spent nine years with Applix, Cognos, and IBM culminating in two acquisitions (Cognos and IBM).

“Zimperium is an exceptional organization with word-class solutions, services and people,” Ed said. “Mobile devices are no longer the forgotten endpoints since they have access to, or contain, all of the information of a traditional endpoint. I am looking forward to introducing the unique value of Zimperium’s best-of-breed solutions to customers and partners around the world.”


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Author: Andy Shane

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