We understand the sheer size of the channel when we start to compile our “people on the move” at the end of every month.
Our May edition – featuring April announcements about people getting promoted and taking new jobs – includes regional channel managers, chief technical officers, master-agent sales representatives and more. Some have a day-to-day impact on the channel, while others make decisions that affect partners more in the long term.
People at Level 3, MegaPath and Telecom Brokers are among those highlighted here.
This list is by no means comprehensive, but it gives you a nice sampling of the new hires and promotions in April. You’re sure to see people you know.
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Telecom Brokers, the cloud and tech distributor, opened a regional office in Franklin, Tennessee, and hired Holly Bailey as Partner Support Manager for the South. Bailey’s experience includes almost 12 years with Sprint, in both the indirect and direct channels. Most recently, she was a business development executive with MyHealthDirect, which offers cloud-based technology solutions for the health-care vertical.
Learn more about Bailey and the new Telecom Brokers office here.
RES tapped longtime Citrix sales leader Tom Flink, a member of the Channel Partners Circle of Excellence to head up its field operations across the world. Flink started at Citrix in 2007 and was its vice president of channel development for more than seven years.
Read more about Flink’s new job here.
Faraz Siraj is ThreatQuotient’s new director of channels, responsible for driving the channel program, and establishing and growing all reseller partners and strategic alliances. Siraj previously was channel leader for all Cisco security products for the Americas.
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Vision Solutions named Chris Cleary its new senior vice president of Double-Take global sales. In this role, Cleary will lead Vision Solutions’ field sales and channel sales teams, and be responsible for growing Double-Take sales and strategic initiatives involving migrations and disaster recovery as a service.
Clearly previously was senior director of global channels and distribution at Globalscape and served in leadership positions at Egenera, Fortinet and Secured Services.
Read more about Cleary’s background here.
Bitdefender, the antivirus and security software provider, named industry veterans Vincent Schiavo (right) and Harish Sunderam Agastya to key vice-president positions.
Schiavo, a 30-year veteran who oversaw the growth of Secure Computing ahead of its takeover by McAfee, is now senior vice president of worldwide enterprise sales and marketing. He also held leadership positions with Guidance Software and LogLogic.
Agastya, who held product and marketing leadership roles at Trend Micro, Dome9 and CloudPassage, is now vice president of enterprise solutions.
Read more about these gentlemen here.
docSTAR, a developer of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and automated accounts payable software, hired Joe Sa Pereira as its national channel sales director. Formerly of Oracle and Pitney Bowes, Sa Pereira has held several cross-functional roles in production planning, vendor relations, product development, marketing, sales and channel management.
Click here to learn more about Sa Pereira.
TierPoint promoted David Foster (pictured) to the newly created role of VP, Data Center Facilities. A 15-year veteran of the industry, Foster most recently was general manager of TierPoint’s Jacksonville facility and operations.
Prior to TierPoint, Foster served as director of Data Center Engineering for Windstream Hosted Solutions (purchased by TierPoint), where he led efforts to expand their footprint from five to more than 20 data centers across the country.
TierPoint also announced that Robert Lupo will succeed Foster as general manager in Jacksonville.
Axios Systems appointed Ian Moyse as its new sales director, responsible for managing channel and direct engagements for the ITSM vendor. He has more than 25 years experience in the channel, including five years as channel chief at Webroot. He’s also spent time at Workbooks, and, most recently, Rackspace.
Relayware, the provider of partner-relationship management (PRM) software, announced the addition of Roi Amir as chief technology officer. Amir is tasked with helping to lead and manage the R&D team while implementing strategic product-management activities. Prior to Relayware, Amir was the director of R&D at NICE Systems, and has more than two decades of high tech experience leading and managing technology projects.
SkyKick, the cloud-management software provider, touted its “global expansion” as it announced three new members of its executive team.
The company chose Kathryn Saducas as general manager of Western Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Anthony Philips will work as general manager of business development for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The company also announced Chike Farrell, the new vice president of marketing. Farrell and Saducas both have experience from their days at Microsoft.
Click here to read more about SkyKick’s hires.
.@Telarus changes things up a bit by moving from six channel regions to three. channelpartnersonline.com/2019/06/12/tel…
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