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New GM for Fronde's strategic alliances

09 Aug 16

Cloud solutions and services provider Fronde has announced the appointment of Daniel Jurczyszyn into the role of general manager of strategic alliances, as the company looks to build and maintain partner relationships.

Fronde helps businesses in Australia and New Zealand accelerate their performance ahead of their competitors using digital technology. 

While Jurczyszyn is primarily tasked with building and maintaining strong partner relationships, his role will see him prioritise Fronde’s partnership with AFL club Carlton, developing the relationship and leveraging the alliance.

Based in Melbourne, his goal is to foster the rapid expansion of Fronde’s end-to-end solutions and services throughout Australia and New Zealand. 

Jurczyszyn joins the Fronde team from FieldForce4, where he was director, and has previously held roles across multiple firms including Optus and ClickSoftware.

According to Anthony Belsham, Fronde CEO, he has a proven track record in creating new growth opportunities for a range of organisations and building high performing teams that deliver results. 

“Daniel is a dynamic and charismatic leader with a very strong background in business, marketing and corporate development,” says Belsham.

“We look forward to having Daniel join our extended senior leadership team. His experience and expertise will help further drive Fronde’s growth and alliance strategy in the Australian and New Zealand markets.” 
 

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