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WatchGuard's Robertson takes new role

18 Oct 2010

IT security firm WatchGuard Technologies has said that Scott Robertson (pictured), currently Regional Director for Australia and New Zealand, will also serve as the company’s Asia Pacific Vice President for Channels and Alliances.

Based in Sydney, Robertson will retain his role as ANZ Regional Director but will also work on new channel and vendor deals across the Asia Pacific region.

Robertson joined WatchGuard Technologies in 2007 and has 16 years’ experience in IT and business consulting.

Terry Haas, Vice President International Sales, WatchGuard Technologies, explained, “Having put together an exceptional and robust channel in ANZ that is focused on exceeding the market expectations around product innovation and customer satisfaction, we look forward to the positive impact that Scott will have in our overall Asia Pacific business operations.

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