Former LogicMonitor Boss Becomes CEO Of 4me, Foresees ‘Market Leader’ Position

“I believe we are well-positioned to build a truly modern market leader in enterprise service management,” said Kevin McGibben, the new CEO of 4me.


LogicMonitor’s former longtime boss Kevin McGibben is now the new CEO and chairman of SaaS management platform specialist 4me.

McGibben (pictured) took to LinkedIn today to announce he is “thrilled” to lead the Santa Barbara, Calif.-based company.

“I love product businesses that are technically differentiated and able to build incredible customer experiences,” said McGibben in a statement. “The 4me team is a special group of people and their customers love them and the products they build. I believe we are well-positioned to build a truly modern market leader in enterprise service management.”

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McGibben was CEO of cloud-based monitoring platform company LogicMonitor from 2011 through 2021.

He led SaaS-based LogicMonitor from less than $1 million to over $150 million in annual recurring revenue over his ten-year stint as CEO. He also successfully introduced differentiated product innovations, integrated several key acquisitions and helped built an award-winning workplace culture.

4me co-founders Cor Winkler Prins, Laurens Pit and Mathijs Sterk will remain involved with the business, the company said.

4me is a SaaS-based IT Service Management (ITSM) and enterprise service management software (ESM) company. The company’s SaaS-based enterprise service management platform combines ITSM, ESM and service integration and management capabilities that it says are easy to deploy and manage. 4me’s portfolio is built for mid-market customers, enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs).

Several top executives commented on McGibben’s LinkedIn post announcing his new CEO role including Kenyon Willis, director of Customers Success at LogicMonitor.

“Awesome to hear Kevin! Congratulations, and time for another amazing run!!,” said Willis on LinkedIn.

Other congratulations came from the likes of SmartBear Software CEO Frank Roe and Bill Skarinka, managing director at PSG.

McGibben left his LogicMonitor CEO position in December 2021, but continued as executive chairman of the company.