CA Technologies new partner VP makes move from McAfee

CA Technologies has appointed Alyssa Fitzpatrick as senior vice president, Global Partners and Alliances.

In this role, Fitzpatrick will be responsible for managing the company’s partnerships and alliances to establish strategic collaborative relationships that drive revenue and deliver on the company’s strategy to help customers manage and secure their IT environments in today’s complex business landscap

Fitzpatrick has two decades of experience managing global alliances for major corporations.

Previously, she led McAfee’s Worldwide Alliances organisation and has held positions of increasing seniority at world-leading organizations such as Oracle and Informatica Corporation.

“CA Technologies global partner ecosystem is a key asset and critically important to the company’s overall strategy,” says Adam Elster, executive vice president and group executive, Worldwide Sales and Services.

“With her impressive track record and industry experience, Alyssa was the ideal candidate to help CA Technologies continue to grow its Global Partner and Alliances team, and to deliver the best portfolio of products and services to our partners around the world.”

With Fitzpatrick’s appointment, CA Technologies continues to focus on accelerating its growth in the market while building strong, collaborative relationships with partners.

“CA Technologies has made a tremendous impact on customers, partners and the market, and has untapped potential in terms of technology and expertise,” Fitzpatrick adds.

“I look forward to working with our diverse partner community to unlock that potential and to deliver solutions that generate new revenue streams and drive value for our customers.”

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