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Informatica hires experience for ANZ channel role

06 Aug 12

The software provider’s new manager aims to grow the companies channel program throughout ANZ.

Flore will manage the local implementation of Informatica’s INFORM Partner Program for the channel including enablement, working with partners on joint solutions and go-to-market of the Informatica Platform.

With over 20 years of experience in the industry, past roles as partner account manager at Macquarie Telecom, along with channels and alliances manager ANZ for Compuware Asia Pacific followed spells across the world.

“As a market leader in data integration, Informatica brings many opportunities for the channel to provide solutions that address customers’ growing data needs,” Flore says.

“I look forward to working with Informatica’s partners in ANZ to strategically grow the channel program.”

A career starting in 1988, Flore has worked amongst the Compuware Asia Pacific, Europe and South Africa industries – honing his skills in channel management, IT service management, product management and software sales.

“Informatica is enjoying strong growth in the ANZ,” says Jonathan Stern, country manager ANZ, Informatica.

“We’re hiring talented, experienced people to foster that growth, support the channel and serve the needs of our customers.”

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