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Susa appointed to Citrix Apac partner role

Susa appointed to Citrix Apac partner role

Citrix Systems has appointed Andrew Susa as the senior director of its Asia Pacific partner organisation. In this newly-created role, he will be responsible for building strategic partnerships and developing the partner ecosystem across the region, including distributors, integrators, outsourcers, ISVs and service providers. “I am looking forward to working with Citrix’s partner ecosystem to identify opportunities for growth and equip them with the tools and resources to provide the best solutions for our customers,” Susa says. He will report to Asia Pacific vice president Rob Willis. Susa has over 20 years’ experience in IT, having held regional and global leadership positions in partnerships, sales and marketing. Prior to joining Citrix, he was global alliance director at VMware and has also held senior positions at BEA Systems and Compaq.


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