Cuggy to lead Trimble A/NZ channel sales
- 11 February, 2013 11:04
Positioning hardware and software vendor, Trimble, has hired Mark Cuggy as Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) regional channel sales manager.
Cuggy is responsible for driving revenue growth across A/NZ through support, training, and development of the Trumble Field Service Management partner network.
The vendor’s Field Services Management division is designed to provide visibility into field and fleet operations so businesses can streamline efficiency and increase productivity. The product suite includes Fleet Management, Work Management and Scheduling, Worker Safety and Mobility solutions.
Trimble said that the Cloud-based portfolio allows it to offer customers industry-specific, enterprise-level solutions.
Cuggy is based in Sydney, and will report to Trimble Navigation A/NZ Field Service Management, Transport and Logistics Divisions business area director, Tom Scahill.
Commenting on the appointment, Scahill said Cuggy “brings extensive knowledge and experience to this role and [Trimble] believes his strategic approach to the channel will help foster growth across the A/NZ region.”
Cuggy’s direct sales and channel management career in the enterprise sector spans over a decade.
He joins Trimble from HP, where he spent nine years. In his final two years with the vendor, he was based out of Singapore and held the role of Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) print and personal systems (PPS) key enterprise accounts sales manager.
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