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Websense names new ANZ MD

14 Apr 10

Adam Bradley has been appointed Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand to support partner growth in the channel.

Based in Sydney, he will be responsible for driving Websense's sales operation in the ANZ region to support company and channel partner business growth.

Bradley originally joined Websense in 2002 and for the past three years has been Senior Regional Sales Director for the UK, Ireland and South Africa. 

“Websense has a great market opportunity with TRITON, a unified security system that really hits a market need and isn’t available anywhere else. I look forward to building on the success to date of our local team and our channel partners and to continue to reinforce Websense’s market presence in a part of the world which shows strong potential for best in class security solutions,” Bradley explained.


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