APPOINTMENTS: latest from Kaseya, Motion Computing, and Eaton
- 07 August, 2012 15:22
Kaseya appoints execs to business development and sales teams
IT systems management software vendor, Kaseya has expanded both its Australia and New Zealand business development and sales teams with the appointment of Ash Chawla and Rennee Perri.
Chawla, who has over 10 years’ sales and channel management experience in IT, has filled the role of business development manager. He is responsible for selling Kaseya solutions into SMBs and large enterprises, with particular focus on growing presence within the latter.
Before Kaseya, Chawla worked for Nimsoft in the same position, and took care of its sales development in Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia. He has also spent five years at WebEx in several roles.
Perri, who has been appointed as account executive, will be managing the vendor’s managed service providers (MSPs) and SMB enterprise customers across the region.
She has over 12 years’ IT sales experience, having held positions at distributors, channel organisations, and other IT vendors.
Most recently, Perri worked for web content management vendor, Ektron, where she took care of new business development and sales channels enablement. She has also held roles at Insight Enterprises and Aprisma Management Technologies.
“[Chawla and Perri] has a deep understanding of the needs of both customers and prospects, and we look forward to applying their experience in further developing these relationships,” Kaseya Australia and New Zealand managing director, Dermot McCann, said.
Motion Computing appoints new mobility solutions director
Tablet PC and mobile computing vendor, Motion Computing is boosting its mobility solutions department with the appointment of Richard Abram as director for the contingent, based in Perth.
In the newly-created position, Abram will be leading a global team to drive the delivery of Australian-designed Motion in-vehicle and other peripheral docking solutions, globally.
He will also be responsible for Motion partner-developed docking solutions.
Previously, Abram was mobility division director at Tempus Developments, where he was the key designer responsible for the development and manufacture of a locking vehicle dock.
Eaton promotes Hanson to lead A/NZ sales
Industrial manufacturer, Eaton Corporation has appointed Jeff Hanson as sales director for the Australia and New Zealand region.
Based in Sydney, Hanson will be in charge of Eaton’s electrical market sales organisation, with the goal of delivering on the manufacturer’s strategic goals within key market segments.
According to Eaton Australia and New Zealand managing director, Richard Jenman, the appointment will accelerate the company’s advances in the local market due to Hanson’s over two decades of experience in the IT and electrical industries.
Previously, Hansen worked at Eaton as regional sales manager for its electrical business in Queensland, Northern Territory, and Papua New Guinea. His performance in the role contributed to the promotion.
Before Eaton, he worked at Emerson Network Power, as well as Piller.
With an associate diploma in electrical engineering already under his belt, Hanson is also in process of completing a masters of business administration at Queensland University of Technology.
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