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IGEL Reports Record Growth; Elevates Jed Ayres to Global CEO

Ayres has been instrumental in IGEL’s pivot from a hardware-centric to a software-first company, a transition that is driving triple-digit growth

IGEL, provider of the next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, announced record results for 2019, continuing its rapid pace of expansion and software license adoption. For the year ending December 31, 2019, IGEL realized more than 200% growth, year-over-year, in software units sold and 35% revenue growth, worldwide, supported by IGEL’s growing channel partner ecosystem.

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“At IGEL, we see a world where people can work, when and where they want, without boundaries or limitations when accessing their desired applications and data,” said IGEL Founder and CEO, Heiko Gloge. “The rapid rise of IGEL demonstrates that we are successfully capitalizing on a perfect storm of opportunity in the end user computing and cloud workspaces market. It’s very exciting to see the transformation of IGEL, and the amazing growth trajectory that has resulted from our becoming a leader in this space.”

Many enterprises today are moving Windows from local device operation, to the data center where the Windows desktop can be securely accessed using Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) with vendors such as Citrix, Microsoft and VMware. Others are looking to cloud workspaces technology using Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) offerings from AWS (including Amazon WorkSpaces) and Microsoft, with its increasingly popular Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) offering. IGEL is at the center of this industry movement, with the right technology at the right time delivering a next-generation edge OS for simple, smart and secure cloud workspaces with lower cost and greater manageability. News: Commvault Recognized as Coolest Cloud Company by CRN

As IGEL takes this exceptional achievement into 2020, it will also be elevating Jed Ayres currently Co-CEO to the post of global CEO. Ayres, who was instrumental in the company’s pivot starting in 2016 from a hardware-centric to a software-first company, will lead IGEL’s seasoned team of executive leaders as the company works to align with the world’s most prominent cloud providers to transform end user computing by simplifying and securing the cloud-delivery of all needed applications and resources. Heiko Gloge will remain a shareholder and member of IGEL’s Board of Directors.

“It’s an honor to be at the helm of such an innovative company comprised of passionate and talented people,” said Ayres. “Together, our mission is to make a significant mark on the evolution and future of work so people can best match their work-style with their individual lifestyle.” News: Attivo Networks and the Department of Energy Improve Critical Infrastructure Security

IGEL’s momentum going into 2020 is also marked by a number of additional milestones and achievements including:

  • The shipment of 749,000 copies of IGEL OS for a total unit growth of 132%, year-over-year
  • The dramatic growth in the North American IGEL channel partner network which now includes 23 Platinum partners and 26 Gold partners with a sales pipeline of that has increased 100%, year-over-year
  • The recent launch of a visually dynamic and robust new website at which features educational assets, industry resources, case studies and more
  • The unveiling of the IGEL Academy, an online learning platform for customers and partners
  • The success of IGEL’s third annual DISRUPT 2020 events in Nashville, Tenn., January 27-29, and Munich, February 4-6, which reached unprecedented attendance levels
  • The naming of IGEL as a “key partner” for Windows Virtual Desktop by Microsoft
  • The receipt of 11 industry awards and honors, including placement on the San Francisco Bay Area’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For list as well as the San Francisco Business Times Fastest Growing Private Companies list News: Armis Discovers 5 Zero-day Vulnerabilities in Cisco’s Discovery Protocol Impacting Tens of Millions of Enterprise-Grade Devices

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