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ConnectWise CRO Moves to eFolder

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**Editor’s Note: Click here to see which channel people were on the move in July.**

A major ConnectWise channel leader has joined eFolder

eFolder's Adam Slutskin

eFolder’s Adam Slutskin

Adam Slutskin is eFolder’s new chief revenue officer, a role that puts him in charge of all eFolder teams that interact with customers and generate revenue. The company says it expects him to grow sales for its data protection offerings.

“Adam has had an exceptional career with proven performance in our key markets and we are excited to have him join eFolder. His appointment brings additional revenue generating power to elevate the strength of our newly expanded team,” eFolder CEO Matt Nachtraub said. “Additionally, Adam’s depth of experience in the IT services space as well as his long history in successfully delivering channel-driven technology solutions to market made him our top choice for the position.”

Slutskin worked with ConnectWise from 2010 to the present. He began sa director of sales and finished as chief revenue officer. Other previous employeers include Broadwing, Kaseya, and Computer Associates. Those jobs involved selling voice, security, backup and data services. He also served in the Air Force.

He will report directly to eFolder CEO Matt Nachtrab, who worked with him at Connectwise. Nachtrab was at ConnectWise from 2015 to 2016 as president and chief operating officer before joining eFolder earlier this year.

“I have been watching eFolder for some time and am excited about the direction and vision the company has for the future of data protection,” Slutskin said. “With eFolder’s expanded portfolio of innovative solutions, the recent merger with Axcient, and the enthusiasm and strength of the entire eFolder team, I knew this was the right move for me. I am thrilled to continue working with the IT services community in my new role and look forward to forging new paths with so many business leaders in the channel who I proudly call my friends.”

eFolder last week announced that it is merging with Axcient, a disaster recovery provider. Check out our gallery of the recent ConnectWise Automation Nation conference.


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