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OpenText hones in on APAC region

12 Dec 14

OpenText has made three new appointments in the APAC region to strengthen partner relationships and increase sales in the region.

Graham Pullen will be the senior vice president of worldwide partners and global alliances. Pullen has 30 years experience in software sales leadership. He will focus on extending the global partner program with the aim of delivering a consistent partner experience with enterprise, BPM and IX business units. In this position Pullen will be responsible for developing new distribution models to expand OpenText’s business.

Kevin Hayes has been appointed vice president for the APAC region. Hayes was previously regional vice president for ANZ and has 25 years experience in software sales leadership, having worked with organisations such as Microsoft, PeopleSoft and JD Edwards. In developing relationships across the energy, finance, government and commercial sectors Hayes hopes to boost OpenText’s success in the region.

Joshua Bartlett, as the enterprise account executive, will lead New Zealand business. The company says OpenText is experiencing growing success in New Zealand, particularly with the recent launch of the Government Enterprise Management Suite in the cloud. Bartlett, who has previously worked in the energy and utility sector, will focus on OpenText’s cloud offering in the New Zealand market.

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