Gotley to lead Check Point mid-market sales

Gotley to lead Check Point mid-market sales

Appointed to focus on mid-market opportunities while leading team of eight

Internet security software vendor, Check Point Software Technologies, has appointed Michaeli Gotley as mid-market sales manager for Australia to lead a team of eight in growing the company’s presence in that market segment.

Gotley is responsible for developing a sharper focus on mid-market opportunities and driving sales growth in Australia’s mid-sized business market.

“With Check Point’s range of SMB-focused security products and solutions and Gotley’s strong experience in the sector, now is the perfect time for us to capitalise and drive growth in this area,” Check Point A/NZ managing director, Scott McKinnel, said.

Gotley, who has 20 years’ experience in IT, joins Check Point from Microsoft Australia where she worked in SMB sales and marketing management and led the Cloud sales and marketing business for 1.5 years.

While at Microsoft Australia, she has also filled the position of marketing manager for its business solutions group (just over three years), and senior integrated communications manager (for nearly 2.5 years).

Before that, she was at RSA Security Asia-Pacific as regional marketing director (for over 5.5 years), and held the role of direct at Gotley Nix Evans marketing Communication (for nearly four years).

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