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In 2020, Pingidentity revenue run rate hit $245.0M in revenue.
Pingidentity has 2K customers.
Pingidentity has an annual churn rate of 12.00%
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Pingidentity has 1,043 employees. They have 151 sales reps that carry a quota, an engineering team of 333 and a marketing team of 39.
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In the past 20 years, Andre has founded and grown a number of successful software companies. Andre founded Durand Communications in 1993. The company pioneered the first online photograph database and Windows NT client/server bulletin board. In 1998, the company was sold to Webb Interactive. Jabber was founded by Andre in 2000 where he commercialized the Jabber instant messaging open source platform, creating the Jabber Software Foundation in the process. Today Jabber is used around the world by hundreds of thousands of businesses. Jabber was sold to Cisco in 2008. In 2002 Andre founded Ping Identity with a vision of securing the Internet through identity. Among his many contributions to the identity and security industry, he founded and chairs the identity industry conference, Identiverse, now in its 10th year. Andre holds a BA in Biology and Economics from the University of California at Santa Barbara and lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife Kim and two daughters, Parker and Samantha.
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Pingidentity was founded in 2002.
The CEO of Pingidentity is Andre Durand
Pingidentity has 1,043 employees.
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