LANDesk makes two senior appointments in A/NZ
- 21 August, 2013 11:35
Enterprise management software vendor, LANDesk Software, has made two executive appointments in A/NZ.
LANDesk Software A/NZ country manager, Susan Lang, said the appointments are in order to continue to support the company’s expansion.
“We have experienced robust growth and demand for our solutions continues to flourish,” she said.
Rebecca Lawless has been appointed manager of partner and sales operations in A/NZ and South East Asia, and comes into the role with 15 years of sales and marketing experience in the IT industry.
Lawless was previously sales operations manager at BMC Software, and before that she was business process consultant at Q-Armada.
At LANDesk Software, Lawless will be responsible for driving the company’s partner strategy and channel business development.
Andrew Souter has been appointed pre-sales manager and has over 15 years’ experience in IT systems and service management, coming from BMC Software where he was a pre-sales manager.
Prior, Souter was technical services director at Dell and worked in systems engineering roles at Symantec and Altiris Software.
At LANDesk Software, Souter will be leading the company’s pre-sales team throughout the region and providing technical expertise across the company’s portfolio.
“Both Rebecca and Andrew have a proven track record in customer growth and systems engineering excellence and their experience will be instrumental for our growth in A/NZ moving forward,” Lang said
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