Martin J. Leamy
Martin J. Leamy is president of EPiServer, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of EPiServer AB, a Stockholm, Sweden-based provider of platforms for online communities and e-commerce. According to its web site, it is the foundation of more than 20,000 websites and is used on a daily basis by over 130,000 web editors. He assumed the role in January 2013, after serving for four years as president of Orc Software Inc., Orc Software's U.S. subsidiary.
Leamy has been in the software and technology industry for more than 20 years. As Orc president, he was responsible for sales and marketing initiatives as well as support and engineering efforts for the company's American customer base. He joined the company on Jan. 26, 2009, succeeding Martin Koopman.
Previously, Leamy was vice president of Americas field operations at Check Point Software Technologies, where he was responsible for sales operations for Check Point`s Network and Data security solutions in the Americas region.
Leamy joined Check Point as a result of the acquisition in February 2007 of Pointsec Mobile Technologies, where he held the role of president of operations in the Americas. Leamy spent nine years with Platinum Technology Inc., where he led the systems management business unit. He has also held executive roles (president & COO) at the OpenTV Corporation and Spyglass, Inc.
He earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science from Bradley University.
MarketsWiki Questions: Exploring Financial Technology
Leamy participated in the MarketsWiki Questions: Exploring Financial Technology interactive video series. See his responses to the following questions:
MarketsWiki Five-Minute Interview
As pressure builds to ban "flash trades," Leamy sat down with MarketsWiki’s Jessica Titlebaum to talk about Orc’s high-frequency clients and how they differ around the world, as well as how he got to where he is today. Published August 11, 2009. Read the interview.
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