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IGEL Co-CEO Jed Ayres’ Five Boldest Statements From DISRUPT 2020

IGEL Co-CEO Jed Ayres says he has set a goal for the company to break the $1 billion sales barrier as it moves to capture the exploding cloud workspaces opportunity with its IGEL next generation edge operating system.

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The ‘Audacious’ $1 Billion Sales Goal

When you think about IGEL and where we are headed we are a $150 million company today. We have an audacious goal that is still consistent with what (IGEL Co-CEO) Heiko (Gloge) said we want to the operating system for these cloud workspaces. We think we can be a $1 billion company and we think that looks like 10 million licenses. So when you think about the leaders in this space. When I started at IGEL (four years ago) IGEL was number seven in the US. We were noise… out at the end of the curve. We are now clearly number three. We are right on the tail of HP and Dell. We will move into the number one position in the coming year. You have to be selling over one million (licenses) to be the number one globally. We will pass one million. I will stand up here and tell you with all my friends here that we will become the number one player in this space.

 
 
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