About ERP Maestro
We believe that keeping businesses secure on the inside is a great and worthy mission. With the most innovative solution of its kind on the market and a company full of brilliant security, auditing and technology experts there’s no stopping us.
"It was a great solution for us and gave us that visibility within two weeks to see exactly what we couldn't see before."
More Than Just Cool
Some things get labeled as great because they’re perceived as cool. Some things are cool because they’ve been proven great. We prefer to be the latter – because proving ourselves is exactly how we earned that authentic stamp of coolness.
When we were founded in 2013 by KPMG veteran Jody Paterson, we had a goal of developing better and more cost-effective access controls and security auditing solutions for SAP customers. Since then, we’ve surpassed that goal and have set our sights far beyond it as we continually move into new security frontiers.
We love it when SAP customers see our solution in action and say, “That’s really cool.” The source of that wow factor is an innovative, fun culture, and a mission with meaning – to perfect a solution that makes life easier for our customers by keeping their companies safe. Now that’s really cool.
2013-14ERP Maestro emerges as the first SaaS-based access control solution for SAP; recognized by GRC 20/20 with two awards for GRC Innovation and GRC Value
2015Recognized by Gartner in its SoD Market Guide as they recommend SaaS for automation
2016Certified for integration with SAP applications and added to SAP App Center
2017KPMG and Grant Thornton join list of audit clients; now used & trusted by 7 of the top 10 audit firms
2018IBM Security becomes global reseller; uses tool to assess risks for SAP clients
ERP Maestro by the Numbers
Years in Business
Meet the Team
Co-Founder, CEOJody founded ERP Maestro in 2013 after 10 years as a thought leader in the SAP® Security, Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) advisory space for KPMG. As Director of KPMG's SAP security analytics team, Jody worked with Fortune 100 clients to deliver access control conflict identification and remediation solutions. He created ERP Maestro to address many of the challenges his clients faced in a cost-effective manner that was easy to implement. Jody received his Bachelor of Commerce in Finance and Informatics from the University of Johannesburg. He is a Certified Information Security Specialist (CISSP) and a Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA).
Chief Technology OfficerBrad brings a significant technology leadership background with over 30 years of software engineering, innovation and product development. He has repeatedly built up high performing engineering organizations from scratch, as well as held roles at large technology companies such as IBM, Motorola and Yahoo. Most recently at Yahoo, Brad managed engineering teams across two continents including system development, big data ingestion/analysis, and data modeling.
Chief Marketing OfficerTheresa has led marketing for both startups and later-stage companies. Prior to joining ERP Maestro, she was the co-founder and Chief Marketing & Customer Officer of Fridayd. Previously, she served as Vice President of Marketing for Modernizing Medicine, a healthcare technology company, and held senior marketing positions at Ultimate Software, Tyco and other industry-leading companies.
Chief Finance OfficerFor over 20 years Stephanie has held senior finance management roles for a variety of startup and technology companies. While serving as Assistant Controller at Abacus Direct, she was instrumental in the set-up of this new venture and managed all accounting functions with a $500mm market capitalization. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business/Management from Oakland University.
VP of Product and Customer SuccessMichael joins the company with a decade of industry experience in security and access management, both on the consulting IT advisory/auditing side at KPMG and Accenture and on the software side in a product strategy/management capacity. Most recently as Product Manager of Identity and Access Management at Core Security, he led a $15M business unit, developing long term product strategy and managing 6 releases a year.
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