Good Technology names Wyatt as global CEO
- 08 January, 2013 11:56
Enterprise mobility solutions provider, Good Technology, has appointed Christy Wyatt as its new global president and chief executive officer (CEO).
Wyatt, who has over 15 years’ experience in executive management in the high-tech and enterprise industry, was appointed for her experience, skills in leadership, and vision in enterprise.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to join this team and to continue to drive focus on what mobile enterprises really need to be successful, and the powerful products that deliver that capability to our customers today,” Wyatt said.
Before Good, Wyatt worked as Citi’s consumer ebusiness and mobile technology global head, where she lead the technology teams responsible for consumer applications for Internet, mobile, and ATM channels.
Prior to that, she served Motorola Mobility’s enterprise business unit as senior vice-president and general manager, and has also spent time at Apple Computer, SunMicrosystems, JavaSoft, and ESRI.
Wyatt replaces King Lee, who will remain on Good’s board. He will serve as CEO through the transition to impart institutional knowledge and consult on new products and service offerings.
Lee became the company’s CEO in 2010, and triggered an aggressive transformation for Good. Under his lead, Good for Enterprise was adopted by more than half the Fortune 100 companies and over 3600 new customers.
“King’s achievements during his tenure as CEO are remarkable, and his steady hand guided Good through a significant shift in strategy, a challenging economic environment, and a cluttered competitive landscape,” Good board member and Draper Fisher Jurvetson managing director, John Fisher, said.
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