PolicyPak + Prospects FAQ
The products you know and use will continue. There are no plans to “end of life” any of the PolicyPak products. All outstanding quotes will be honored. The PolicyPak founder and CTO, Jeremy Moskowitz, will continue to manage and help integrate PolicyPak into Netwrix, and will work with the Netwrix executive management team to help lead the PolicyPak business into this exciting new phase of operation.
Netwrix is a global software company focused on data security. Simply put, Netwrix solutions help organizations identify and control access to sensitive, regulated and business-critical data. More broadly, they help customers realize the full business value of their enterprise content, pass compliance audits with less effort and expense, and increase the productivity of their IT teams and knowledge workers.
Founded in 2006, Netwrix now serves more than 10,000 organizations worldwide. The company has earned more than 150 industry awards and been named to both the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists of the fastest growing companies in the U.S.
For more information, visit www.netwrix.com.
PolicyPak will continue to offer its powerful products, and provide timely support and product updates to its customers. Additionally, the broad Netwrix product portfolio may afford PolicyPak customers opportunities to strengthen their data security.
In the near term, both companies will continue to operate as separate, standalone brands with the exception that PolicyPak will be known as “PolicyPak, now part of Netwrix.” Beyond that, the combined leadership teams will determine the long-term business brand, vision and strategy. This information will be communicated in a transparent and timely manner.
PolicyPak will continue to operate as before. In particular, it will honor all previous commitments, including current support contracts, ongoing projects and outstanding sales quotes.
Please submit your sales inquiries through the same channels you used before. We will notify you if the contact details change.