Press Release

PayPal Alumnus Tim Armandpour Joins PagerDuty as Vice President of Engineering

Tech Startup Veteran Is Charged With Expanding the PagerDuty Operations Performance Platform

San Francisco – June 2, 2015 — PagerDuty, the leader in operations performance management, today announced tech startup executive Tim Armandpour as its new Vice President of Engineering. Reporting directly to PagerDuty’s CTO Andrew Miklas, Armandpour will be responsible for driving product development and scaling the engineering team in both San Francisco and Toronto.

“We are thrilled to have engineering guru Tim Armandpour join our team to help us execute on our vision of transforming incident management to make businesses more reliable,” said PagerDuty CTO and Co-Founder, Andrew Miklas. “We especially love his hands-on leadership style and his passion for helping the people on the front lines of technology – operations, engineering and IT professionals – improve their products and quality of life.”

Most recently, Armandpour served as Senior Vice President of Engineering and Product at YapStone, following several years at PayPal in senior director positions for the Mobile Engineering and Consumer Engineering groups. He also held senior-level engineering positions at startups Zong (acquired by PayPal), SendMe and Yodlee. Armandpour’s experience in the high-growth mobile payment industry lends itself well to PagerDuty’s application as critical software to deliver high availability and performance for businesses of all sizes and industries. He holds four U.S. patents and has a B.S. in computer science from the University of California at San Diego.

About PagerDuty

PagerDuty’s operations performance platform helps companies increase reliability. By connecting people, systems and data in a single view, PagerDuty delivers visibility and actionable intelligence across global operations for effective incident resolution management. PagerDuty has over 100 platform partners, and is trusted by Fortune 500 companies and startups alike, including Intuit, National Instruments, New Relic, Panasonic, Adobe, Rackspace, Etsy, Airbnb and GitHub. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and backed by leading venture capital firms Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Baseline Ventures, Ignition Partners and others. Try PagerDuty for free, or to get more information, visit