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ManageEngine announces first ever ANZ regional manager
Tue, 14th Feb 2017
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​With today's announcement, ManageEngine has made its intentions for growth in Australia and New Zealand clear.

For the first time ever, the real-time IT management company has appointed an Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) regional manager.

Paul Phillips joins ManageEngine with more than 20 years of experience in IT operation and management roles.

Phillips was previously Business Development Manager with Soft Solutions based in Auckland.  In this role, he was responsible for consulting with enterprises in New Zealand and providing support for their IT management needs over a period of more than six years.  Prior, he was Chief Technology Officer at printing solutions company, Wickcliffe Ltd.

Based in Sydney, Phillips will be responsible for accelerating the company's momentum in the region, while working with partners and customers to successfully deploy ManageEngine solutions throughout ANZ.

ManageEngine director, Rajesh Ganesan says ANZ is an important region for the company, and they have aggressive plans for growth in the region this year.

“I'm excited to welcome Phillips to run our ANZ operations from Sydney, as we stay committed to serving customers in this region,” Ganesan says.

“This investment should help us and our ANZ partners to increase the growth we have seen in recent years. We look forward to the positive impact he will play in ensuring that ManageEngine's solutions help IT managers and CIOs improve services and deliver value to their business.

In total, ManageEngine has more than 40 IT management products in its portfolio, which are used by over 120,000 IT organisations worldwide.

The company has an array of IT management products available as both on-premise and SaaS apps, as well as an extensive partner network to support Australian and New Zealand businesses regionally.

It's clear that ANZ continues to be a viable area for investment amongst global corporations, and it will be interesting to see the effect that having an ‘on-site' regional manager will have for ManageEngine.