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Coke will use his channel-management experience to expand CloudJumper’s market share in partnership with IT service providers throughout Canada and the United States. He brings to the job more than 10 years of sales management experience, spent primarily in senior sales positions at Autotask and Kaseya.
“I am excited to join a company that has been highly praised by the industry and has so many opportunities before it,” he said. “CloudJumper’s Workspace as a Service platform stands alone in its ability to significantly improve margins for MSPs, which is going to be increasingly important in a market that is growing at a double-digit pace. I plan to work closely with our partners to make sure they get all the support required to be successful in serving the needs of customers.”
Coke was instrumental in expanding and managing Autotask’s North American channel, including the development of strategic relationships with key U.S. and Canada-based MSPs, according to CloudJumper. While supporting MSPs with IT management offerings from Kaseya, he spent years cultivating relationships with tier one accounts as he improved sales volumes for regions under his management.
“We’re very pleased to add Joshua to our team as his experience and enthusiasm will play a huge role in our mutual success,” said Max Pruger, CloudJumper’s chief sales officer. “His history of cultivating partnerships and growing sales through the channel is not lost on us and will be invaluable as he understands the space in which we operate. He has a respected track record of developing and supporting the success of strategic MSPs and I know our North American partner ecosystem will benefit from his guidance.”
CloudJumper recently introduced its ground-to-cloud partner portal, allowing for complete end customer management, and customer migrations with JumpStart, an onboarding solution for MSPs, cloud service providers (CSPs), telcos, agents and other IT service providers that deliver WaaS.
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February 15 2019 @ 14:45:26 UTC