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Ex-Citrix veteran lays out bold new channel plan for Kaseya

Ex-Citrix veteran lays out bold new channel plan for Kaseya

Plans to develop deeper engagement with more partners to drive growth in 2015.

Kaseya has appointed Kellie Hackney as its new head of channels for Asia Pacific, based in Sydney.

Hackney brings to Kaseya a wealth of experience and insight into the A/NZ and APAC channels, having recently served for eight-years as the senior manager for partner management with Citrix Asia Pacific.

Prior to that, she held various roles over eight years with Express Data, including IBM business manager, joining the company after a brief stint consulting with Channel Dynamics.

“We are very excited to have Kellie on board with us as Kaseya prepares to consolidate its leading technology position and develop an even deeper engagement with more partners throughout A/NZ and Asia,” says Dermot McCann, ANZ managing director, Kaseya.

Hackney says it was Kaseya’s "powerful solutions" for managing complex IT environments spread across the cloud and mobile ecosystems that drew her to the new role, especially given the rapid adoption of these technologies by organisations across ANZ.

“Kaseya’s proven track record managing complex IT environments has helped MSP partners and end-user customers migrate mission-critical applications to the cloud and mobile platforms with greater confidence,” Hackney adds.

Hackney will spearhead a number of partner and customer programs and events throughout 2015 showcasing the latest Kaseya solutions, including the upcoming release of Kaseya R9.


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