Parallels has appointed Kevin Greely as the general manager of the Asia Pacific region, and Daemon Liu as the country manager for the Greater China region.
Greely was the former country manager of ANZ, where he drove significant business growth for Parallels by working with key retailers, distributors, VARs and systems integrators.
In his new role, Greely will be responsible for spearheading customer and partner engagement and driving strategic business development across key Asia Pacific markets, including Australia & New Zealand, the Greater China Region, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia.
He will lead the charge in helping CIOs and IT decision makers across the region leverage desktop virtualisation and remote application delivery solutions to achieve business success.
Meanwhile, Liu will oversee the rapidly-growing markets of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, and focus on driving impactful Parallels products and solutions deeper into the markets.
"Small and mid-sized businesses in the Greater China Region are growing at an unprecedented rate. As these companies look to take on the region and the world, they are demanding IT solutions tailored for their often highly specific challenges. I look forward to helping them solve these complex IT problems with Parallels expertise in virtualisation and remote application delivery," said Liu.
Prior to this role, Liu oversaw played an integral role in supporting the company's external marketing and communications efforts in Asia Pacific for major products including Parallels Desktop for Mac, Parallels Toolbox, and Parallels Remote Application Server.
Commenting on the appointments, Jack Zubarev, Parallels president, said: "Kevin and Daemon have both served Parallels for years with proven track records of success, and they're no stranger to the value of Parallels products and solutions to Asia Pacific. We're proud to see them grow alongside Parallels, and honoured to have them take on greater responsibilities to bring Parallels to greater heights."
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