ThycoticCentrify Merger Clears Final Regulatory Hurdles And Starts Integration

Privileged Access Management (PAM) innovator Thycotic has confirmed that its integration with Centrify has begun in earnest, following the TPG Capital-driven merger announced in March.

“We are pleased to announce that all regulatory hurdles have been cleared and we are beginning the integration process.

“We will use ThycoticCentrify as a temporary company name until we launch our new brand later this year,” ThycoticCentrify CEO Art Gilliland and President Jim Legg confirmed in a partner email this week.

Gilliland and Legg said the temporary name is simply an easier way to talk about the firm post-merger, which would continue to operate as usual with partners in the near term.

The future branding will aim to reflect company aspirations as well as reference the legacies of both companies, they added.

“We believe that the combined company and solutions will create a more valuable and attractive offering to solve the modern identity security needs in the market,” Gilliland and Legg explained.

“We are committed to keeping you apprised of the integration, the technology roadmap and integration, and the go-to-market strategy from ThycoticCentrify.”

Mirrored web pages on Centrify.com and Thycotic.com will carry regular merger status integration updates on operations, technology integration, go-to-market, and so on. Thycotic-Centrify has already refreshed the external FAQ and added links to a joint blog and other content on those pages.

Partners with additional questions are asked to get in touch via partnercontact@thycotic.com for a fast response.

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