Brian Cleary

Brian Cleary is Vice President of Products and Marketing at Aveksa. Brian is responsible for all of Aveksa's marketing activities including product marketing and management, marketing strategy and development. Brian brings more than 15 years of success in directing technology marketing initiatives for both emerging technology companies and top-tier enterprise software vendors to his position. Most recently, Brian served as vice president of marketing for OpenPages. He also served as senior vice president of marketing at Computer Associates (CA). Prior to CA, Brian directed the corporate marketing efforts at Netegrity (acquired by CA in 2004). Brian was also a member of the senior management team at both Allaire Corporation and Macromedia. Brian is an author and frequent speaker at industry events on the topic of governance, risk and compliance management. He can be reached at [email protected]

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