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StorageCraft continues partner development push

10 Jan 12

Backup and data recovery vendors StorageCraft are continuing to build their channel partner team, with the appointment of Carolyn Macken to the newly created role of strategic partner manager – ANZ.


Macken, previously channel manager – IT for Samsung Electronics, took up the role towards the end of 2011, and will be responsible for looking after the company’s premier ‘platinum’ partners.


Greg Wyman, StorageCraft vice president Asia Pacific, says the company has recently been expanding into larger mid-market and enterprise accounts, which create more sophisticated and complex requirements. 


"Carolyn is a pivotal member of our channel team,” Wyman says, "ensuring our partners receive the best possible enablement tools to expand their business.”


Check out Macken’s LinkedIn profile here

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