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SnapperNet hunts staff for tier ones, agencies

SnapperNet hunts staff for tier ones, agencies

SnapperNet is seeking a senior account manager to manage tier one customers and a business development manager for its Gateway and Firewall range of products.

Director Richard Paul says he wants to take a step back from looking after tier one customers.

“We’re getting fairly busy right now and I’ve got a lot on my plate managing the business,” he says.

Paul says the business development manager will be tasked with growing the Cyberoam unified threat management portfolio as well as overseeing the Gateway and Firewall agencies.

SnapperNet currently has five staff but Paul says personnel are doing the work of 10.

“[That’s] why we’re ready to bring on the senior account manager. Financially we’re steady and stable. If we had a headcount of seven by December that would be perfect for our business,” he says.

Paul says the company is going to be up 15 percent on last year’s revenue, based on last year’s figures.

He adds the job market is recovering.

“People are feeling comfortable about moving, whereas last year they were sticking with the same company. We’re confident we can take on two more staff.”

The company does not plan to bring on any more brands in the next 12 months, says Paul.

“We’ll concentrate on the ones we have and actively grow Cyberoam.”


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