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Citrix Names New Channel Leader

Citrix named Kimberly Martin to head its worldwide channel effort in the midst of a broader push to reinvigorate the channel and sales in general.

Martin is vice president of partner strategy and sales, with worldwide strategy responsibility for Citrix' diverse channel, which includes ISVs, OEMs, system integrators, service providers, resellers and distributors. She will report to Carlos Sartorius, senior vice president of worldwide sales and services.

Martin comes to Citrix from Datameer, where she was vice president of business development and worldwide partner and channels. She has also held a worldwide channel role at Informatica and an EMEA channel role at Microsoft.

"I'm excited to work with and help reinvigorate our partner community through new innovative programs and initiatives, and will further hone the incentives and engagement model we deliver to our partners," Martin said in a statement.

Posted by Scott Bekker on September 16, 2015 at 12:12 PM


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