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Infor appoints channel exec for healthcare sector

Giuseppe Catania to be responsible for healthcare segment in Middle East

Infor appoints channel exec for healthcare sector
Giuseppe Catania will be responsible for healthcare sales for Infor in the Middle East.

Infor has appointed a new channel executive for the healthcare sector in the Middle East.

Giuseppe Catania will take on the role, and will be responsible for the growth of Infor's direct and channel sales in the healthcare industry across UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Catania has over 20 years' experience in enterprise software from sales leadership roles at SAP, DEC, Siemens, Sun and Cisco across a variety of different market sectors.

The appointment is part of Infor's plan to invest in growth in the region.

"Giuseppe is an experienced sales director with more than 20 years in sales, who has shown the ability to lead business growth and sales teams to new levels of success, strategic planning and services development. He has solid experience and skills in team building, customer relationship and customer intimacy. He will be a vital leader of our rapidly growing healthcare business unit here in the Middle East," said Lee Miles, Regional Director, Infor Middle East.

"We are significantly investing in the Middle East and will soon be announcing the opening of a subsidiary in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from where Giuseppe will also be jointly based to expand our healthcare business in KSA."

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