Confluence, a provider of data-driven solutions to optimise asset management operations, efficiency and control, has appointed Irfan Salim to its board of directors.
Salim brings with him more than 30 years of experience leading fast growing business software companies.
Salim most recently served as president and CEO of MarkMonitor, a leader in the enterprise brand protection space, which was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2012.
Prior to MarkMonitor, he was the president and chief operating officer of Zone Labs, an internet security company, where he led its growth strategy and ensuing sale to Check Point Technologies in 2004. He was also president of US and European operations at TrendMicro, president and CEO at desktop publishing and presentation software company Software Publishing Corporation, and vice president and general manager at Lotus Development.
"Irfan’s extensive experience leading companies through periods of rapid expansion makes him an excellent addition to the Confluence board of directors," says chief executive Mark Evans. "We look forward to leveraging his expert counsel as Confluence continues to scale our global operations to become the leader in SaaS-enabled data aggregation and dissemination solutions for the global asset management industry."
"I am excited to join the prestigious Confluence Board and to be actively involved as the company continues its global expansion," Salim says. "Confluence has an impressive performance history and is uniquely positioned for fast-paced growth in a rapidly transforming market."
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