S Central Citrix division head, Craig Stones, has left the services provider to join niche player, Teba.
Stones said he was attracted to Teba as it offered an opportunity to build up a Citrix practice into a more prominent player. Teba was formed from a merger between Kiss IT and Total IT, which occurred late in 2008. The deal resulted in a combined staff headcount of 15. The company focuses on organisations with 50-500 seats and is based in Melbourne.
“I’ll be using the experience I’ve accumulated over the years to develop technology partnerships and cookie-cutter solutions to go out to market with,” Stones said. “Teba is a silver Citrix partner, so I’ll also be looking to develop that relationship further and obtain higher levels of certification.”
Stones’ previous company, S Central, recently called off a merger with ComputerCorp, and formed a partnership with Dell. Stones said he was unaware of who would take over his responsibilities at the services provider.