21 April 2016 CIO, Infrastructure and Application Expert, IT Manager, Live Maps, news 2 min read
Amsterdam, the Netherlands – April 21st 2016 – Inspiring Fifty announced their nominations on April 15th 2016, and Savision is proud to announce that Savision CEO Diana Krieger has been nominated.
This is the second time Diana has been nominated for this award. Inspiring Fifty is a pan-European program that identifies, encourages, develops and showcases women in leadership positions in the technology sector. Many high profile women in tech are already known worldwide, like Vice-President of the European Commission Neelie Kroes, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer.
“I am honored to be recognized with this nomination in the technology industry — and as importantly — next to so many other inspirational women,” says Diana. “At Savision, our Management Team consists of five experts of which two are also inspiring women with a strong track record in several markets; CSO Stefanie Richheimer and CFO Denise Riedstra”
With a background in a variety of industries including Monster Worldwide and TDC Lighthouse Internet, Diana earned a degree in Business Economics and is a certified Marketer (NIMA C). She defines, implements and executes Savision’s growth acceleration strategy.
”It is an exciting time at Savision and 2016 is a strategic one in terms of product innovation and market expansion,” adds Diana.
Savision recently launched Live Maps v8 to connect IT and the business so all stakeholders can speak the same language.
The market leader of IT Operations Intelligence and Business Service Management solutions offers additional at-a-glance insights and impact analysis to predict how your various services will be affected by IT incidents.
”We are working hard to innovate and will soon launch a new, disruptive multi-platform Business Service Intelligence solution which will open up the total IT operations market for Savision,” says Diana. It will let organizations aggregate data from their ITSM and multiple monitoring systems, analyze data and provide you with a holistic view for your IT, help desk and business teams so they can solve problems faster and predict outages. The first launch will support Microsoft System Center, Nagios, SolarWinds, Microsoft Azure and ServiceNow.
“As I become immersed in all our exciting new initiatives, it gives me added energy to be recognized in the tech industry,” says Diana. “I hope that many other women will join this exciting field and enjoy it as much as I do.”