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Acronis appoints mobility market lead

25 Jun 13

Acronis has appointed Simon Howe to head the company’s expansion into the mobility market across the whole APAC region.

In the newly created role as Sales director, Mobility Solutions, APAC, Howe is tasked with developing and growing the mobility market for Acronis, recruiting new partners and customers.

In between working for Acronis, Howe has worked for vendors such as Symantec and CommVault, but now returns to the company on the back of its acquisition of GroupLogic.

“It is a tremendous opportunity to be able to work again with the high calibre people and solutions at Acronis," Howe said.

"It’s even more exciting to be responsible for the push into the limitless potential of the mobility sector in the strongest marketplace in the world.”

Welcoming Howe back to the team, Bill Taylor-Mountford, President of Acronis APAC said: “He has the high performance credentials to lead our mobility strategy in APAC.

“Expanding into the mobility market is a strategic move for Acronis. It is where the opportunities are in today’s world.

"We have the top quality products and now with the right people, I am confident that Simon and the team will grow the market significantly for us in APAC.”

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