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Imation appoints former Westcon and Express Data stalwart

04 Nov 13

Imation Corp has announced the appointment of Elizabeth Parsons as Business Development Manager for Australia and New Zealand.

The global data storage and information security company says Parsons will be responsible for growing Imation Mobile Security’s business and revenue across the the region for the company’s range of IronKey Workspace and portfolio of IronKey secure USB devices.

Based in Melbourne, Parsons will also be tasked with enhancing and managing a certified partner channel.

With over 25 years of experience in the IT industry, Parsons spent 11 years at Westcon Group where she held senior roles in sales development, account management and channel strategy in support of the organisation’s business with IBM, Cisco, and Check Point.

During this time, Parsons spearheaded successful reseller relationships, propelled new business development in key target markets and built successful teams in support of vendor annuity strategies and revenue targets.

Parsons joins Imation Mobile Security from inTechnology Distribution where she was Regional Business Development Manager with responsibility for developing the organisation’s software portfolio business and recruiting new partners.

Parsons has also worked in sales and account management roles for Express Data, CNI, Senteq Information Systems and Ferntree Computer Systems.

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