Cirba Appoints New Board Member Ed Kilroy
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Toronto, Ontario– April 7, 2014 - Cirba, the leading provider of Automated Capacity Control software, today announced the appointment of Ed Kilroy to its Board of Directors.
Ed Kilroy is CEO of MedAvail, a healthcare technology company commercializing a self-service kiosk solution, and has over 30 years of technology industry experience. Mr. Kilroy has held executive roles in the hardware, software and services business units of IBM, a key business partner of Cirba's, in Canada, Australia and the USA.
"We are very pleased to have Ed join our board. He brings a wealth of software and services industry insight to the table and has a proven track record in developing growth strategies for tech organizations," said Gerry Smith, president and CEO, Cirba. "Ed will be a valued contributor as Cirba continues to aggressively grow our customer base of Fortune 500 enterprises and our own operations."
Mr. Kilroy has also served as CEO of Symcor Inc. During his tenure at Symcor, he added significant new revenues while improving operational efficiencies and customer satisfaction. During his professional career, Mr. Kilroy has provided direction on growth strategies, product strategy and investment, as well as cost structure management to private firms in the software and services industry. He has Board affiliations with Ballard Power systems as Chair of the Audit Committee. Mr. Kilroy is also a past Chairman of the Board of the Conference Board of Canada.
About Cirba Inc.
Cirba's Automated Capacity Control software intelligently balances infrastructure supply and demand in virtual and cloud infrastructure in order to eliminate capacity risk and drive enterprise efficiency. Only Cirba provides complete visibility into existing and future demand for compute, storage and network resources so organizations can optimize VM routing, placement and sizing decisions and forecast with accuracy. Global 2000 customers using Cirba see 40-70% improvements in infrastructure efficiency through dramatically higher VM density and safer, automated operations.