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Websense makes double ANZ channel appointments

12 Dec 12

Websense has announced two new channel appointments based in Sydney, with Maria Nalty and Stephen Richardson joining the company.

The web security firm says the appointments reinforce their commitment to the ANZ channel.

Nalty joins Websense with 25 years’ experience in the IT industry in the newly created role of Channel Sales. manager.

She has responsibility for driving all aspects of Websense’s channel business, including sales and solutions strategies and market development, while supporting management of global partners across the region.

With extensive experience in sales and partner management with both vendors and channel partners, Nalty previously worked at Oracl, Sun Microsystems, Chevron International Oil and Apple Computer.

Richardson joins Websense as Channel Account manager however, being responsible for developing Websense’s partner network through out ANZ.

Richardson was previously at Ingram Micro where he held channel account and development management roles.

Originally from the UK, Richardson has also worked at Mobile Tornado as Global Channel Account Manager and at InTechnology as Channel Account manager.

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