New CFO appointed in SailPoint reshuffle

Identity specialists SailPoint Technologies have moved the seats around, with a new hire taking over from current Chief Financial Officer Cam McMartin, who will make the switch to Chief Operating Officer.

“As SailPoint’s Chief Financial Officer, it has been an honor to see the company through such a pivotal time as we’ve grown and scaled the organization over the years,” said Cam McMartin. “In the COO role, I will be laser-focused on balancing both the operational needs of the business and influencing our commercial endeavors as we continue to execute as the leader in identity governance.”

New hire James Ream will be taking over the CFO role on June 10, and joins the company after almost a year as CFO for legal tech company Mitratech, which is currently going through significant corporate restructuring. Other previous CFO roles include Relativity and SolarWinds, and investment banking experience at organisations including J.P. Morgan, UBS, Piper Jaffray and Credit Suisse.

 “The market opportunity for identity governance is large and growing, and SailPoint is well-positioned to continue its market leadership,” Ream said. “I look forward to working with the SailPoint team to drive strategic value for investors and stakeholders as the company continues to grow and scale.”

McMartin (who joined SailPoint as CFO back in 2011) has been responsible for many of the operational aspects of the business for some time, so his formal assumption of the COO role shouldn’t be too big a transition.

“With every evolution we’ve made as an organization, Cam has been a strategic voice, helping successfully navigate the transition from venture-backed to private equity-backed to publicly-traded,” said Mark McClain, co-founder and CEO of SailPoint Technologies. “I look forward to continuing to partner with him on the operational side of our business and with Jason on the financial side of our business.”

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