Aternity Appoints Beth Keil as Vice President of People
Former Veracode Director of Human Resources to Lead Digital Experience Management Company’s Organizational Design and Growth Strategies
Aternity, the enterprise-class Digital Experience Management Company, announced that Beth Keil has been named the company’s Vice President of People. In this role, Keil will be responsible for developing talent strategies that help the high-growth company optimize its performance and solidify its leadership position within the industry.
“As more enterprises look to Aternity to help them solve their biggest digital workplace challenges, it’s a great time to bring an experienced HR executive on board to help us strategically grow the company,” said Bill Hewitt, President and CEO, Aternity. “Beth’s deep organizational design experience ensures we can scale the business effectively while our employees deliver their best work.”
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Keil most recently served as the Director of Human Resources at Veracode, the largest global provider of application security testing (AST) solutions. She helped the company navigate organizational change during its global expansion and acquisition by Thoma Bravo.
“It’s exciting to join a high-growth technology company and market leader like Aternity, whose product is aligned with enterprises’ most pressing digital workplace needs,” said Keil. “Aternity has a great team in place and I’m looking forward to accelerating the company’s momentum by building the company’s exceptional and diverse workforce.”
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To learn more about how Aternity helps enterprises manage their digital workplaces for the “next normal” and beyond, register for the Digital Experience Now 2020 virtual event that is set to take place October 28-29: https://www.dxnow.live/virtualsummit/begin. The event brings together some of the top digital workplace pioneers, including IBM, Intel, Forrester and 451 Research, who will share insights into how employee experience has reshaped the digital transformation agenda, as well as tips on how to build an effective digital workplace.