LANDESK has a new executive on board, with former Infor exec Jerry Tng taking on the role of vice president, sales and marketing for Asia Pacific.
Based in Singapore, Tng will be responsible for driving LANDESK growth in the Asia Pacific region from Australia and New Zealand through to South-east Asia and Japan.
He will work closely with technology partners and the channel to further develop the company’s business in enterprise markets to ensure that product roadmaps are aligned to the needs of customers in the region.
Tng has over 15 years’ experience in the IT industry having held senior roles with a number of software vendors and system integrators managing and leading regional sales teams.
Prior to joining LANDESK, Tng served as Asia Pacific regional director of TaKaDu, where he was responsible for the sales and deployment of cloud-based integrated water network management and advance analytics solutions for Water Networks.
Previously, he served as vice president for sales Asia Pacific at Infor Global Solutions, during which time he was responsible for generating and supporting market momentum for the company’s enterprise asset management (EAM) solutions.
He has also held the role of Asia Pacific vice president of Sales for GlobalPTM, where he managed sales for the organisation’s EAM offering.
“Appointing Jerry to this regional role further reinforces our focus on Asia Pacific organisational growth and technology innovation to enhance our position as a leading IT management company and take us through our next phase of growth,” says Mitch Rowe, executive VP of global sales, LANDESK.
“Jerry’s business experience and expertise in market dynamics, having worked in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Sydney, will be invaluable in developing effective sales and marketing strategies across the region,” he says.
LANDESK has customers across multiple industry sectors in across APAC, including retail, education, public sector and financial services, and sells through channel partners and hardware vendors. LANDESK offices in the region are located in Sydney, Singapore, Tokyo and Beijing.