SAN JOSE, CA – January 21, 2016 – Incisive Software Corporation today announced that it has appointed Dave Myers as the company’s Vice President of Engineering. In this role, Myers will be responsible for driving innovation and development for Incisive’s suite of spreadsheet risk management software which includes Concourse, Locator and Xcellerator.

Myers, who most recently served as director of engineering, has a proven track record of technical, organizational, and business leadership. He has more than 20 years of experience in commercial software development. Prior to Incisive, Myers has been successful in both start-up and established companies including Perfect Commerce, NET, General Magic and NEC Electronics.

“Since joining Incisive in 2012, it has been exciting to watch Dave’s personal and professional growth,” said Diane Robinette, CEO of Incisive. “‘Under Dave’s leadership, our engineering team has become quite a powerhouse. It has been an honor to watch him grow into a strategically minded executive able to successfully advocate for his team and our products. We look forward to seeing what wonderful new things he has in store for our company and our customers.”

About Incisive

Incisive provides award-winning and innovative spreadsheet risk analysis and management solutions. Our enterprise-class offerings provide visibility and control to all business areas that use or interact with spreadsheets. Incisive products have been recognized for accurately and reliably highlighting risks to give users confidence in their spreadsheet information. For more information about Incisive and the company’s solutions, visit

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About Diane Robinette

Diane RobinetteDiane Robinette is President and CEO at Incisive Software, a company helping risk executives reduce exposure in critical business and financial processes. Prior to Incisive, Diane served in executive and senior level positions at companies including BroadVision, Contivo (acquired by Liaison Technologies), Covigna (acquired by ProQuest/Snap-on), Perfect Commerce and Proximex (acquired by Tyco). She also held management positions at KPMG and EY. Diane believes that by taking a modern and automated approach, risk teams can move towards a risk resilient posture that allows them to anticipate and reduce exposure, no matter what is thrown their way.