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CA Technologies adds new face to APJ executive line up

06 Dec 16

CA Technologies has welcomed Ken Martin into its fold, joining the Asia Pacific and Japan team. 

Martin will take up the role of vice president, Solution Sales, Agile Central, APJ. 

He joins the company from Intelligent Pathways, where he wasesponsible for the successful delivery of the company’s consulting services for New South Wales, Australia. 

Martin also held roles and HP and Compaq, where held several leadership positions in solution sales. He also held roles with Oracle and Toshiba.

“We see massive potential in the Agile Central business in APJ as organisations look to deploy agile at scale in order to deliver upon their digital transformation goals,” says Martin Mackay, president and general manager, APJ, CA Technologies. 

“It is exciting to have a leader of Ken’s calibre on board. We are confident that Ken’s experience with agile, coupled with his expertise in consulting sales, will provide the focus required to better help our customers achieve success in their adoption of agile methodology,” Mackay explains.

“I am very excited to be joining CA with our technology leadership and market leading solutions," adds Martin.

"I look forward to working with the talented CA team in APJ to help our customers drive innovation, leveraging our CA Agile Central solutions, to win in the application economy."

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