Solutions Engineer in San Francisco, CA



$80K - $100K


Sales Engineering, Systems Architecture & Engineering


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Job Description:

CyberArk is looking for a highly motivated, energetic and focused Solutions Engineer to be based in Northern California. The Solutions Engineer will combine technical knowledge with sales skills and is ultimately responsible for the technical win during the sales cycle. Solutions Engineers are the primary technical resource for the field sales force hence, they are responsible for actively driving and managing the technology evaluation stage of the sales process, working in conjunction with the sales team and Product Management as the key technical advisor and product advocate for our solutions. Therefore, you must be able to articulate technology and product positioning to both business and technical users. You must be able to identify all technical issues to assure complete customer satisfaction through all stages of the sales process. Above all, we are looking for someone that can communicate the CyberArk value and be able to design an opti

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Valid through: 2020-1-20

About CyberArk

CyberArk is an information security company offering Privileged Account Security. The companys technology is utilized primarily in the financial services, energy, retail and healthcare markets. As of November 2016, CyberArk had nearly 2,500 customers, including over 50 Fortune 100 companies and approximately 15% of the Global 2000. The company has offices in the US, Israel, UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Singapore, with local sales presence in more than 20 countries. CyberArk was founded in Israel in 1999 by Alon N. Cohen and current CEO Udi Mokady, who assembled a team of security engineers who implemented the digital vault technology (U.S. Patent 6,356,941). This technology (also known as network vault, and branded as The Digital Vault) surrounds data with eight layers of security within an existing network perimeter, creating a central repository to share and store proprietary or confidential data. Digital Vault still serves as a foundation for CyberArks privileged account security solutions. In June 2014, CyberArk filed for an IPO with the Securities and Exchange Commission, listing 2013 revenues of $66.2 million. CyberArk became a public company the same year, trading on the NASDAQ as CYBR. In 2015, CyberArk announced plans to acquire the privately held Massachusetts-based company Viewfinity which specialized in privilege management and application control software. The deal was intended to help CyberArk offer more complete security solutions.
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