Sungard Availability Services main competitors are Cloudflare, Sumo Logic, and Nutanix.
Competitor Summary. See how Sungard Availability Services compares to its main competitors:
|Company||Founding Date||Zippia Score||Headquarters||# of Locations||Revenue||Employees|
|San Mateo, CA||8||$1.0B||2,037|
|San Jose, CA||16||$1.6B||5,000|
|Redwood City, CA||12||$1.2B||5,249|
|Fort Lauderdale, FL||11||$3.2B||9,000|
|San Jose, CA||1||$250.0M||750|
|Palo Alto, CA||29||$12.9B||31,000|
|San Francisco, CA||19||$975.2M||2,432|
|Redwood City, CA||4||$202.6M||800|
|Town and Country, MO||1||$933.0M||2,440|
|Company||Highest Salary||Hourly Salary|
Sungard Availability Services
Networking For Future
Dimension Data Network Services
Impact Innovations Group LLC
|Sungard Availability Services||73%||27%|
|Company||White||Hispanic or Latino||Black or African American||Asian||Unknown||Diversity Score|
Summary Qualifications ------------------------------- A strategic and results-oriented technology professional with 24+ years experience across sales, marketing, operations, and strategy. Leader and team player with highly developed interpersonal, communication skills.Recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in Business by San Francisco Business Times. Frequent speaker at SaaS / customer centric conferences and guest lecturer at Berkeley. Passionate about customer centric growth and scaling high-performance teams.
Rami Rahim is Chief Executive Officer of Juniper Networks and a member of the company's Board of Directors. Rahim was appointed CEO in November 2014. Rahim began his Juniper career in early 1997, as employee No. 32, and worked as an engineer on Juniper's first breakthrough product, the M40 core router. Rahim has progressed through a series of technical and leadership roles at Juniper, applying his engineering acumen to the design and development of Juniper's industry-leading product portfolio. He most recently served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Juniper Development and Innovation (JDI) organization, overseeing the company's entire product and technology portfolio. His responsibilities included driving strategy, development and business growth for routing, switching, security, silicon technology, and the Junos operating system. Other leadership positions held over the years include: Executive Vice President and General Manager of Platform Systems Division for routing and switching, Senior Vice President of the Edge and Aggregation Business Unit (EABU), and Vice President and General Manager of EABU. Rahim earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University. He completed an intensive six-week executive program at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. Rahim holds 17 U.S. Patents in networking technologies and is a member of IEEE.
Rajiv is the President and CEO of Nutanix. He joined in December, 2020 from VMware, where he served as Chief Operating Officer of Products and Cloud Services. Prior to this role, Rajiv led VMware’s Networking and Security business, one of the fastest-growing units in the company, as executive vice president and general manager. Before joining VMware, he served as Executive Vice President and General Manager, Infrastructure and Networking at Broadcom, where he established Broadcom as a leader in data center, enterprise and carrier networking. In his prior General Manager roles at Cisco, he led multibillion dollar product lines in switching, data center and storage and optical networking. Earlier in his career, he held various leadership positions at Nortel, Tellabs and IBM. Rajiv earned his BTech in Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology and his Master’s and PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. He is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Fellow and holds 36 patents, primarily in optical networking.
Operating partner, founder of three start-ups and several portfolio company operational assignments. Founded the first Software as a Service company in the US. Three IPOs, a public convertible debt offerings, a PIPE offering, several private placements with over $1 billion in capital raised. Served on multiple audit committees and board of directors including the State Of Maryland venture fund. Named Entrepreneur of the Year and Washington Post Community Citizen of the Year.
Senior executive with consistent record driving revenue growth and operational performance improvement. Unique blend of general management, cutting edge technology development, business development and leading global organizations.Specialties: Cloud/SaaS, Product Management, Managing technical teams, Business Development, New Venture Formulation, and leading large teams.
Leslie Stretch joined the Board of Directors in February of 2021. Mr. Stretch, who has had a storied career leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) organizations, is currently president and chief executive officer at customer experience (CX) management leader, Medallia, which he took public in 2019. Mr. Stretch joined Medallia in 2018 and guided the company to a successful IPO in July 2019. The company has emerged as a leader in the Customer and Employee Experience management platform market; in December, the company was named a Leader in Gartner’s first Magic Quadrant for Voice of the Customer and has an enterprise value north of $7 billion. Prior to Medallia, Mr. Stretch was the President and CEO of Callidus Software, an early leader in the sales commissions space, for 11 years. Callidus was acquired by SAP for $2.6B in 2018.
Kris Hagerman joined Sophos in 2012 as CEO. He is responsible for all aspects of Sophos’ strategic direction and business operations. Prior to Sophos, Kris was CEO of Corel Corporation. Previously, Kris served as group president, data center management at Symantec, where he led a business of more than $1.5 billion that represented nearly 30 percent of Symantec’s global revenue. Prior to Symantec, Kris was executive vice president and GM, storage and server management at Veritas Software where during his tenure, the company grew from $1.0 billion in revenue to more than $2.0 billion, prior to its acquisition by Symantec. Earlier in his career, Kris was founder and CEO of BigBook, an online yellow pages service and founder and CEO of Affinia, an online contextual advertising network. Kris also held positions at Silicon Graphics and McKinsey & Company.