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Netformx targets APAC IT solution providers and SIs with new appointment

30 Jan 17

Netformx, which provides sales enablement and profit acceleration for IT solution providers, is ramping up its APAC presence with the appointment of a new business development manager for the region.

Nick Billingham will take on the role of APAC business development manager, charged with accelerating growth and customer success for the company, which provides suites of software for systems integrators and service providers.

Billingham, who is Sydney based, was previously bid centre manager for Fuji Xerox Australia. Prior to that he was director of transformation and IT for Optus subsidiary Alphawest.

Netformx says Billingham will be focused on expanding the company’s presence further into APAC.

On his LinkedIn profile Billingham says Netformx provides business intelligence, actionable insights, collaboration and automation to improve solution provider benefits through increased competitiveness and productivity across the sales lifecycle.

Billingham’s appointment is one of three senior appointments the company has made as it looks to accelerate worldwide growth. Also appointed were Melissa Borza as vice president of marketing and product strategy, and Mark Bickerstaffe as vice president of sales for North America and Latin America.

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