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StorageCraft on major recruitment drive

11 Jan 2011

StorageCraft is set to embark on a major recruitment drive in 2011 after a record 2010. 

The company will look to fill positions in marketing, sales, inside sales, reseller account managers and partner account managers.

Greg Wyman, StorageCraft Vice President Asia Pacific, said: "We had an exceptional year in 2010, and look forward confidently to an even better 2011. Our partners tell us we helped to drive them through a very tough economic climate and in many cases enabled them to grow their business by focusing on recovery, rather than backup, of customers' servers.”

In Australia and New Zealand the company’s customer base grew almost 50% to over 30,000 while the number of resellers rose to 1,971 during 2010, including 154 new channel partners in Q4.

Wyman added: "We have open headcount for additional people who want to join a young, fun and winning team.  Current job openings are in marketing, sales, inside sales, reseller account managers and partner account managers."

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