Saviynt the leading cloud-first Identity Management platform, announced the addition of Wade Tibke as Senior Vice President of Marketing. With over two decades of experience building dynamic marketing teams at enterprise SaaS companies, Tibke is responsible for executing Saviynt’s marketing strategy.
“We are very excited to welcome Wade into the Saviynt family,” said Yash Prakash, COO at Saviynt. “His experience and skill set around modern, scalable marketing will allow us to capitalize on the strength of our product and customers as we continue to innovate and grow,” he added.
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Wade Tibke spent over a decade at Tableau, where he served as Vice President of Marketing Growth & Operations and helped grow revenue from $1 million to nearly $1 billion and take the company public in 2013. Tibke has a proven track record of developing successful BtoB SaaS marketing organizations. Saviynt will benefit from his expertise in building high-growth cloud technology companies as they move to expand their global market position.
“It’s energizing to work with Saviynt’s smart, engaged leadership team. Saviynt’s cutting edge technology and product innovation are driving massive growth. I look forward to empowering our marketing team as they work with internal teams and business partners to engage customers and enhance sales across all channels.” said Tibke. “I intend to focus on using data-driven insights to accelerate Saviynt’s growing market presence and maximize customer success. I’m excited to be part of a team that is committed to market dominance as well as employee health and growth.”
Despite recent economic shifts, Saviynt’s leadership team has invested in their employees, creating a unique culture that offers a strong remote work model that supports employees’ mental and physical health while ensuring maintaining their safety. Saviynt team members enjoy weekly coffee clubs and bi-weekly happy hours that promote interpersonal relationships and alleviate the disconnected feeling often associated with work from home. Employee wellness plans include encouraging time off, optional weekly meditation sessions, and supplemental mental health resources.
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“In these unprecedented times, we wanted to focus on our two most important assets – customers and employees. While we quickly launched a support and outreach program for our customers to address their immediate needs for enabling secure remote work, we wanted to ensure we create a safe and healthy environment for our employees. As work from anywhere became the new normal, it quickly became apparent that we needed to create a structured program to support our employees in the longer term. This meant focusing on providing better options for balancing work versus quarantine life priorities, access to stress management programs, group engagement activities, and more.
To encourage the importance of self-care and healing, we issued a mandatory holiday for everyone on the 4th Friday of every quarter.” said Amit Saha, Saviynt CEO. “This additional day off gives our Saviynt family a long weekend to turn on the things that make life worthwhile – Passion ON, Life ON, Relax ON, Meditation ON, Hobby ON, Health ON, Unplug ON, Snooze ON. Burnout is a genuine mental health concern. We encourage and challenge our team members to take advantage of our unlimited vacation policy. We have also enabled our line managers to support this initiative with better planning tools and help re-allocate workloads during the downtime so each person can get the time they need to rejuvenate and enjoy time with family and friends without fretting about any pileup. Time off allows us to return full of ideas, focus, drive, and energy that allows us to be at our best.”
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