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CITRIX GROWTH LEADS TO EXPANSION

  • 12 August, 2003 10:41

<p>Citrix has expanded its Australia and New Zealand team, with three senior appointments. Glynis Marks, Gerry Anthony and Phil Dean-Jones will focus on business growth, delivering value to customers and sustaining its commitment to channel and partner relationships.</p>
<p>CITRIX GROWTH LEADS TO EXPANSION</p>
<p>Sydney, 12 August 2003 – Citrix Systems, Inc., the global leader in access infrastructure, has expanded its enterprise, alliance and channel teams in Australia and New Zealand, with three senior appointments. Glynis Marks, Gerry Anthony and Phil Dean-Jones will focus on business growth, delivering value to customers and sustaining its commitment to channel and partner relationships at Citrix.</p>
<p>“The company is moving from the ‘teenager-to-adult’ phase of its development in this region. Citrix has grown revenues by 15 to 20 per cent in Australia and New Zealand in a flat technology market over the last 12 months,” said Raju Parrab, area vice president, ANZ.</p>
<p>“The huge potential of the ANZ market has directed us to recruit experienced personnel to support our customers and continue to drive growth, particularly in the areas of education, manufacturing, government and banking and finance. These markets are fundamental to our strategic focus for 2003.”</p>
<p>Glynis Marks joins Citrix as enterprise business director for ANZ, responsible for leading the region’s enterprise sales team.</p>
<p>Prior to joining Citrix, Marks has worked within the financial services, insurance, technology, retail and media industries such as NRMA (now IAG).</p>
<p>Gerry Anthony joins as director of alliances for ANZ. He is responsible for driving Citrix business opportunities in ANZ, through the development and promotion of partner relationships.</p>
<p>Gerry’s career spans 23 years spent mostly in the IT industry in sales, marketing and management roles. He has worked for several global market leaders, including IBM and Lotus Development Corporation</p>
<p>After four years with Citrix, Phil Dean-Jones, has been promoted to channel business manager for ANZ. Dean-Jones is committed to driving Citrix’s overall business strategy, moving to an enterprise and strategic level in access infrastructure.</p>
<p>Dean-Jones has a long history in the IT industry, working for companies such as Acer, Digital and IBM.</p>
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<p>About Citrix
Citrix Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:CTXS) is the global leader in access infrastructure solutions for businesses, government agencies, and educational institutions. The most trusted name in enterprise access, the Citrix MetaFrame Access Suite enables people to easily and securely access the on-demand enterprise, from anywhere, anytime, using any device over any connection. Nearly 50 million people in more than 120,000 organizations around the world use Citrix every day. Citrix customers include 100 of the Fortune 100 companies, 99 percent of the Fortune 500 and 95 of the Financial Times European 100. Based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Citrix has offices in 22 countries, and more than 7,000 channel and alliance partners in more than 100 countries. For more information visit http://www.citrix.com.</p>
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