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Kaseya hires A/NZ regional sales manager

Kaseya hires A/NZ regional sales manager

IT automation software provider Kaseya has appointed Ray McIntyre as A/NZ regional sales manager.

Based in Sydney, McIntyre plans to further the adoption of managed services in the region. He will also work closely with Kaseya’s partners to grow their businesses.

Prior to joining the company, McIntyre spent three years with CA Pacific, most recently as Channel Sales A/NZ manager.

“With his intimate knowledge of the local reseller community, Ray speaks the channel’s language and understands the drivers of today’s business environment. We’re extremely pleased he has joined our growing local team,” says Kaseya A/NZ regional manager Tim Dickinson.


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