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SecurityBridge hires Jaap van der Meer as Sales Director

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We are delighted to announce the addition to our team of Jaap van der Meer as Director of Sales, based in The Netherlands. Jaap brings a wealth of experience to an ambitious and expanding team and as the former Director of Sales, he brings strong experience as a proven industry executive. This announcement follows a record year for SecurityBridge, highlighted by 178% year-over-year growth in new annual recurring revenue, 300 % growth in expansion revenue, and 100% gross retention rate.

Jaap van der Meer

van der Meer has stated his reasons for joining SecurityBridge are because we are at the forefront of delivering advanced technology that approaches SAP with a different philosophy to traditional SAP security tools. “The time has come for a new, more advanced approach to SAP security and compliance. In the past, SAP tools have been too fragmented, and with the SecurityBridge Platform, all functionality is integrated seamlessly. A platform that is built-in SAP for SAP provides an open infrastructure designed for integration and collaboration with other SAP and non-SAP applications, which is how SAP enterprises intend to grow and manage their landscapes”.

Christoph Nagy, CEO of SecurityBridge said that “welcoming Jaap as Sales Director of SecurityBridge is the perfect way to kick off 2021. He is a world-class sales operator whose blend of experience and expertise will undoubtedly help us continue our rapid expansion. I look forward to working with Jaap to further our substantial growth trajectory and deliver on our commitment to provide the SAP market with the most robust and advanced technology to secure the world’s most valuable assets.

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