âCanvas is at the heart of enhancing the educational experience for students and teachers by simplifying the way they interact when learning,â said Daly. âFor years, I have watched Instructure and its passionate employees who have a love for education embedded in their DNA. I look forward to learning from them and working more closely with educators and students.â
Daly joins Instructure after 25 years of software and technology experience, including 13 years as CEO of LANDESK / Ivanti, an IT security and management software company based in Salt lake city. In 2010 he led the sale of LANDESK to Thomas bravo then later to Clearlake Capital. During his tenure, the company grew from $ 90 million To $ 500 million in annual turnover. Prior to LANDESK, Daly was senior vice president of corporate strategy at Avocent, which had acquired his startup, Soronti. He started his career and spent 10 years at Intel.
Daly has served on the Governor’s Nominating Committee for the Utah State Board of Education and is on the Marriott School of Management Strategy Program Advisory Board at Brigham Young University.
The CEO transition at Instructure follows the departure of Dan Goldsmith in March. The research was conducted by Charles goodman, who served as interim CEO and will remain with the company as chairman of the board.
âSteve is a perfect fit for the future of Instructure and its culture,â said Goodman. “He is joining the Canvas team to extend his support for our clients’ distance learning initiatives and I think they will love his desire to listen, learn, understand, and then take action. way that will help them be successful. “
Instructure helps people grow from the first day of school to the last day of work. Over 30 million people use the Canvas learning management platform for schools and the Bridge employee development platform for businesses. Learn more about www.instructure.com.
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