McMillan makes WatchGuard NZ sales move

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WatchGuard Technologies has today announced the appointment of Cadell McMillan as New Zealand Territory Sales Manager.

The integrated security platforms provider says McMillan will responsible for channel development, new business momentum and customer support enabling the company to meet the growing demand for its best-in-class security solutions.

Set to be based in Auckland, McMillan has spent over 19 years in the IT industry and joins WatchGuard Technologies with extensive project management and technical experience.

Most recently, McMillan was at AIA Insurance New Zealand where he held several strategic positions for over five years, including IT Project Manager and Senior Network Administrator.

“We are thrilled that Cadell can join us at this time,” says Pat Devlin, Regional Director ANZ, WatchGuard Technologies.

“His understanding of the IT security challenges facing New Zealand-based end user organisations will be a great asset in ensuring that we continue to provide industry-leading solutions backed up by optimal support and service excellence.

“At the same time, his strong track record in technical and strategic business management will play an important role in enabling us and our partners to stand out as a leading provider of business security solutions.”

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