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Citrix appoints new channel sales manager for A/NZ

Citrix appoints new channel sales manager for A/NZ

Based in Melbourne, Belinda Ross will help expand the company's channel engagement

Enterprise software and Cloud solutions provider, Citrix, has named Belinda Ross channel sales manager A/NZ.

Ross will be based in Citrix’s Melbourne office. The appointment is effective immediately.

Ross has more than 10 years’ experience working in Hewlett Packard’s channel operations. Based in Melbourne, Ross will be responsible for expanding Citrix’s channel engagement, and pushing the adoption of the company’s suite of products. Citrix area vice president, A/NZ, Peter Brockhoff said, “At Citrix we’re committed to delivering a channel program fuelling rich engagement by better recognizing partner needs and growth potential.

“Ross’ deep experience looking at emerging new markets and building channel communities around these will be central as we expand the conversations we’re having with partners regarding desktop virtualization, mobility, cloud, collaboration and data sharing solutions.”

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