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EXCLUSIVE: Sara Adams leaves Cisco

EXCLUSIVE: Sara Adams leaves Cisco

Jason Brouwers will step in as the new partner business group leader

After 17 years at networking vendor Cisco, its A/NZ partner business group managing director, Sara Adams, has decided to leave.

In a statement, Cisco said Adams made significant contributions during her tenure, especially supporting the growth and development of the partner business group.

“We thank Sara for supporting Cisco’s partner business with the development of the strategic initiatives and programs that have helped increase the profitable growth of the more than 1000 Cisco partners in A/NZ,” Cisco said.

Jason Brouwers will be stepping in as the new leader of the partner business group. He has spent 13 years with the vendor and has held many roles including enterprise and technology sales and was most recently the regional manager of its partner led business.

Adams first started her career at Cisco as channel operations manager, eventually being promoted up the ranks to partner business group managing director in .

ARN has tried to contact Adams for comment.

More to follow.


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