Cyara Joins the Vendor Forum
October 15, 2020
Pete Goldin

James Isaacs, President of Cyara, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Isaacs is responsible for all customer-facing, operational aspects of Cyara on a global basis including marketing, business development, sales and pre-sales, professional services, domain consulting, customer success, education and training, support, channels, and customer satisfaction. He has 25+ years of leadership experience in building enterprise software companies with a career background in operations, sales, product management, and business development. Starting his career at Apple, he then moved to Concentric Network, serving as both Product Management VP and Corporate Development VP. Following the acquisition of Concentric, he moved to Danger, Inc., a SaaS-based mobile platform for mobile operators, where he led the sales effort which grew revenue from $0 to $100M per year run rate before it was acquired by Microsoftn. Isaacs then joined 41st Parameter as the EVP Sales, Business Development, and Customer Operations. Prior to joining Cyara, he was the CEO of IoT security firm Mocana. Isaacs has a BA in International Relations with an emphasis in Economics from Stanford University, and a MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.

As an Automated CX Assurance platform provider, Cyara accelerates the delivery of flawless customer journeys across digital and voice channels while reducing the risk of customer-facing defects. Every day, the most recognizable brands in the world trust the Cyara Platform to deliver customer smiles at scale.

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