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Cloud-service provider nGenx has named Scott Markley its newest channel sales executive.
Markley most recently spent more than three years in multiple roles at IndependenceIT, including senior vice president. There he drove the organization’s effort to attract new VARs, MSPs and ISPs into IndependenceIT’s partner network. He has experience in growth strategy, building partnerships and expanding sales. In his new role, Markley will support nGenx efforts to increase market share in the channel as more businesses pursue desktop and app virtualization options.
More specifically, Markley will focus on cultivating existing partner relationships and building upon the company’s network of solution delivery partners.
“nGenx is bringing real advances in how desktops and applications are consumed in both large and small organizations,” said Markley. “With a fully packaged solution that leaves no stone unturned with respect to automation, management, and system reliability, I look forward to introducing prospective partners to the advantages that will drive greater revenue to their operations.”
nGenx’s goal is to make moving applications and desktops to the cloud an easy process. The company delivers an integrated online experience that it says empowers business applications with a greater number of access points using a full-featured Microsoft Windows desktop. Users benefit from fingertip access to IT resources, anywhere, anytime, and from any device.
nGenx enables its partners to control everything from pricing, branding and marketing, to user-level access via its control panel, a single-pane-of-glass provisioning system. It offers a white-label program to its MSP, VAR and large telco partners, while ISVs can take advantage of an application hosting program.
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September 24 2018 @ 18:15:10 UTC