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Kaseya adds to ANZ enterprise sales team

17 Feb 10

New regional sales manager appointed from Kaseya’s Washington, DC offices will be responsible for growing the company’s presence in the enterprise market.

Betsy Chupek was appointed today as Regional Sales Manager for the Public and Private Sectors (PPS). Chupek transferred to Sydney from Kaseya’s office in Washington DC, where she was a senior executive with responsibility for product sales and professional services solutions. In her new role Chupek will be responsible for training and building a sales and support team in ANZ for the company’s enterprise business. 

She has also been given Kaseya’s global title of the top performing sales representative of professional services for the last two years and was recognised as the company’s top-selling sales person for the global public and private sectors in 2009. 

“We’re very excited to welcome Betsy [Chupek] to our Australian operation,” said Tim Dickinson, Regional Director for Kaseya Australia and New Zealand. “Her training, experience and can-do mentality will take our burgeoning enterprise business in the private and public sectors to the next level.” 

Prior to joining Kaseya in 2006, she worked at Avrio Group, which was one of Kaseya’s original MSP partners in North America. 

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