SOURCE: Securimate


April 14, 2014 17:37 ET

Securimate Appoints Amy Rice Director of Customer Success

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwired - April 14, 2014) - Securimate, Inc., the leading enterprise-level third-party management solution for anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance, has appointed Amy Rice as Director of Customer Success. She leads a team that is responsible for on-boarding, education, and support of the firm's customers in their ongoing compliance efforts. 

"Amy brings a deep understanding of how to provide exceptional end-to-end technology customer service," says Jeff Saling, Securimate president. "She will work with our customers to insure they maximize our solution for their compliance efforts."

Ms. Rice has 20 years of technology industry experience, including technical and management roles in enterprise high-tech and software solutions. For the past decade, she has held leadership roles at Callidus where she piloted and led the Callidus Customer Success organization and developed customer-care practices for on-boarding and sustained production support, developing a global 24/7 support organization for the company's Enterprise installed base and Cloud/SaaS customers. She has also held customer service positions at IBM and Apple.

Ms. Rice holds a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin.

About Securimate

Securimate is the leading enterprise third-party management cloud solution that enables multinational companies to systematically on-board, monitor, and audit their sales channel and supply chain participants.

Using Securimate's multilingual and flexible workflows, customers receive detailed analytics that strengthen sales channel and supply chain compliance initiatives, while adhering to data privacy laws and regulations.

Securimate's user-friendly cloud and mobile interfaces allow customers and their vendors to maximize supply chain efficiency while ensuring regulatory compliance. Visit for more information. 

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