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Webroot continues channel push with new global execs

Webroot continues channel push with new global execs

Names new heads of business sales and product strategy

The newest members of the Webroot executive team, Chad Bacher and Neil Stratz.

The newest members of the Webroot executive team, Chad Bacher and Neil Stratz.

Webroot has appointed two new members of its global leadership team to further its growth and channel sales strategy.

The company has named Neil Stratz as senior vice-president of worldwide business sales and Chad Bacher as senior vice-president of product strategy.

Webroot chief executive, Dick Williams, said the move supports the company's rapid expansion, and maintaining strong leadership was vital to accelerating the growth.

"Our success is dependent on our customers, our partners, and our products, and I could not be more pleased with the leadership team we have assembled to drive excellence in each of those areas,” he added.

Neil Stratz is responsible for sales and partnerships in Webroot’s global business segments with a focus on channel and managed service providers (MSP).

Most recently, Stratz was vice-president of threat intelligence and response at Proofpoint. Prior to this, he held roles at NetCitadel, Juniper Networks, CA Technologies (CA), Wily Technology, and Informix Software (now IBM).

Chad Bacher will oversee product strategy, including product management and product marketing functions and technology alliances. Before rejoining Webroot, he was vice president of products for Malwarebytes.

Prior to that, he had served as chief product officer for Webroot and held product management roles for Abacus and Schwinn Cycling and Fitness.

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