In her new role, Ray will open new alliances and distribution channels for CloudJumper’s remote desktop and application virtualization solutions. CloudJumper said it created this new role to meet rising demand from customers and the channel, and to open new markets.
“We are thrilled to have Amie on board to support delivery of our award-winning platform which significantly reduces time to deployment and the operational costs of Microsoft WVD and VDI management,” said JD Helms, CloudJumper‘s president. “Her timing is excellent as an increasing number of channel organizations seek solutions in this space.”
Prior to CloudJumper, Ray was the national channel account manager for PrinterLogic. While there, she was responsible for the company’s channel and distribution strategy throughout North America, working closely with the company’s strategic partner base, including Igel, Google, Microsoft and many others.
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And before that, Ray was a partner account manager at Lenovo and held several posts at Cisco. During her 17 years at Cisco, she won multiple quota achievement awards and worked closely with sales, marketing, engineering and the communications team to lead business initiatives globally.
“At CloudJumper, we believe Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is the natural evolution of end-user computing (EUC),” Helms said. “The new and upcoming industry trends – 5G bandwidth, new remote work scenarios, proliferation of ransomware, new privacy laws, changes in Microsoft licensing – are coming together to make WVD the remote desktop solution of choice. Amie’s experience and deep relationships in this area make her the natural fit for CloudJumper’s future aspirations.”