Infoblox names new regional channel manager

Alexander Foroozandé to develop and implement the vendor’s channel strategy in MEA andTurkey

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Infoblox names new regional channel manager Foroozandé will focus on enabling strategic partners within the security, cloud and infrastructure domains.
By  Manda Banda Published  July 15, 2015

Infoblox Inc, a network control company, has promoted Alexander Foroozandé to the position of regional channel manager, Middle East, Turkey and Africa.

In his new role, Alexander will be responsible for developing and executing a regional channel strategy focused on partner certification, premier security partner recruitment, and direct and indirect channel enablement programmes.

Foroozandé was previously the company's regional sales manager for the Middle East and will continue reporting to Cherif Sleiman, general manager, MEA at Infoblox.

Sleiman said: "Infoblox is uniquely differentiated and therefore well positioned to continue its leadership in the market. Alexander has demonstrated a keen understanding of our solutions and the ability to help businesses overcome the challenges posed by the ever changing threat landscape, adoption of virtualisation and cloud, and growing scale of LTE deployments and mobile penetration. Under his able leadership, our channel will be expertly enabled to hone in on critical national infrastructure related technology projects in the region which will further fuel our aggressive expansion."

According to Infoblox, Foroozandé will focus on enabling strategic partners within the security, cloud and infrastructure domains. The company added he will also champion the regional launch of the company's award winning Channel IP Programme, which leverages incentive programmes, co-partner end user events and vertical focused events to drive partner engagement and opportunities.

Foroozandé has over 14 years of industry experience having served in channel and sales related roles in the region. He has previously worked for F5 Networks, Cisco Systems and Hewlett Packard.

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