Impervio Technologies Inc., specializing in impenetrable Cyber Security Automation
Randy Reaney the Founder, Co-CEO of Impervio Technologies Inc., a dynamic new software company based in Toronto, Canada specializing in impenetrable Cyber Security Automation joins Enterprise Radio and the Technology Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Randy Reaney discuss the following:
- For the benefit of our listeners, please give us a summary about Impervio E-IRM System?
- What are some of the principal advantages of this form of information rights management?
- Why is your solution so innovative and effective?
- What are some of the industries, in terms of size and importance, that can most benefit from your technology?
- And finally, why are existing “solutions” (so-called) insufficient for the challenges confronting most industries?
Randy Reaney is the Founder, Co-CEO of Impervio Technologies Inc., a dynamic new software company based in Toronto, Canada specializing in impenetrable Cyber Security Automation and which is comprised of some of the world’s brightest and most sought-after security, software and technology experts.
He has over twenty-five years of global business experience with organizations in the software, banking, real estate, media, sales and marketing fields.
During his career Randy has been involved in numerous successful start-ups with very a successful track record in marketing and sales and rapid business growth. Randy has successfully launched, and built various companies in different market sectors.
He was Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Nuva Technologies Inc. from 2004-2011. Nuva Technologies Inc. (www.nuvatech.com) is a Toronto-based global, total solution provider for the Digital Media Industry and marketer of the World’s # 1 Rated Digital Signage Software Platform and high-quality, state-of-the-art, patent pending AVITAR software – viewer recognition, tracking and reporting technology.
Randy was also Co-Founder, President of a Bankcard company that specialized in the private label bank POS terminal industry. He was directly involved in the company’s infrastructure, organization, and corporate financing.
Randy was instrumental in negotiating a joint venture partnership with Scotiabank, one of Canada’s major banks, which allowed the Bankcard company to quickly become the industry leader in the bank POS market within the first few months of operation of the company.