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Identity And Access Solutions Hires Jitesh Jain as Global IAM Architect

Updated: Oct 25

Identity And Access Solutions has announced the hiring of Jitesh Jain as Global dentity and Access Management (IAM) Architect, effective immediately.


Jain is an IAM Solution Architect with over 17 years of experience in application architecture (designing, development, testing, and support), including 12 years focused on IAM. His extensive IAM experience includes managing the complete lifecycle, including pre-sales, business analysis, software development, testing, delivery, and operational support. His past leadership roles include building the Professional Services/Consulting practice in India for Aveksa (acquired by RSA) and later doing the same for SailPoint. Jain is a Professional IAM Trainer and a Senior Solution Architect. He is expert level in his Software Engineering and Product Configuration skills and experience.


Jitesh will primarily be responsible for building a strong delivery capability of highly qualified talent focusing on India and other global markets. In addition, Jitesh will support engagements with clients and partners for IAM architecture design and implementation.


“We are very pleased to have Jitesh join our team to help continue our double-digit annual growth and ensure we have a supply of well-qualified candidates for our global clients that rely on us as their go-to resource for the best resources in a tight IAM talent market,” said Atul Agrawal, Co-Founder & Cloud Solutions Practice Head at Identity And Access Solutions.


“I am excited to join Identity And Access Solutions to help continue the company’s impressive history of providing highly qualified IAM talent to meet our global clients’ staffing needs using us as their zero-cost bench to get the right resources on a just-in-time basis,” said Jain. “We know finding available and qualified IAM talent is the number one challenge facing our clients, and it’s why they turn to us to help them efficiently and effectively secure the staffing they urgently need.”

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