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New channel manager for MuleSoft

27 Apr 16

MuleSoft has announced it has appointed a new channel manager for its Australian and New Zealand business.

Based in Sydney, Zoe Nicholson will be responsible for driving the company’s channel enablement to support go-to-market strategies and sales momentum for MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform.

Nicholson joins the company from EMC, where she managed Dimension Data across Asia Pacific and Japan, focused on driving IT transformation delivered through enterprise hybrid cloud solutions, as well as previously holding manager roles for Converged Infrastructure and Appliance for Asia Pacific and Japan. Nicholson also spent 11 years with Sophos.

“MuleSoft’s strong partner ecosystem is enabling businesses to create application networks to drive innovation by connecting data, devices and APIs all on Anypoint Platform,” says Jonathan Stern, regional vice president of Australia and New Zealand, MuleSoft.

“Zoe’s extensive experience in working with partners and customers, coupled with her depth of knowledge of the Asia Pacific market, will be a key asset to MuleSoft in helping our partners and customers drive competitive advantage,” he says.

Stern says MuleSoft is continuing to invest in its partner ecosystem in Asia Pacific, from smaller niche partners who have deep technical MuleSoft skills to global system integrators.

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