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WatchGuard promotes Robertson to APAC role

WatchGuard promotes Robertson to APAC role

ANZ country manager moves up to APAC role

WatchGuard has announcedd the appointment of of former country manager for ANZ Scott Robertson to the role of vice president, Asia Pacific Sales.

In this new role, Robertson will oversee WatchGuard’s Asia Pacific sales, which includes general oversight of South Korea, Japan, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, China and India.

“Asia Pacific continues to be one of WatchGuard’s high-growth markets,” says Joe Wang, CEO of WatchGuard. “Given Scott’s consistent record of sales growth, his hands-on experience, and his unyielding commitment to his channel partners, Scott will prove to be a tremendous asset in growing our presence throughout Asia Pacific.”

Robertson, who has been with the company for five years, replaces Terry Haas who is stepping down for personal reasons.

“This new role offers an exciting opportunity for me to extend the outstanding experience I have gained in the Australia/New Zealand market to not only sustain, but significantly boost our success in the Asia Pacific region," says the new VP of sales.

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