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New Product Management Leadership Reinforces Castellan’s Focus on Innovation

Following the launch of its new SaaS platform earlier this year, Castellan Solutions, one of the largest, global provider of business continuity and operational resilience solutions, continues to set itself up for future product innovation with the recent addition of Annie Asrari as its Vice President of Product Management.

Asrari brings more than 15 years of experience in enterprise software and SaaS businesses most recently serving as the VP, Head of Product Management at Everbridge.

“Annie is a proven technology product leader with more than 15 years of experience driving innovation within enterprise software and SaaS businesses, most recently serving as the VP, Head of Product Management at Everbridge,” says Jon Ezrine, CEO of Castellan Solutions. “By welcoming her to the Castellan team, we are reinforcing our commitment to further develop new and existing product and service capabilities to continue serving our customers and the industry.”

In her role, Asrari leads strategic planning, roadmap development, go-to-market strategy, and product positioning for Castellan’s software offerings, including the SaaS platform introduced in March 2021. Incorporating the world’s first out-of-the-box operational resilience capacity for driving greater organizational readiness, Castellan’s new SaaS solution offers a fully integrated software suite that uses automation, integration, and intelligence to solve operational resilience, business continuity, crisis management, and emergency notification challenges all within one platform.

“As an organization, Castellan has positioned itself as the leader in business continuity and operational resilience software solutions, and I am excited to join this impressive team,” states Asrari. “In my position, I look forward to accelerating organic product innovation to create a software-enabled operational resilience ecosystem that enables companies to confidently say ‘yes, I am prepared’ when a disruption occurs.”

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