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AppSense Appoints Richard Jackson as Vice President of Channel for US

October 18, 2010 1 Comment
AppSense, the leading provider of user virtualization solutions for the enterprise, today announced Richard Jackson has joined the company as vice president of channel, United States. Jackson joins AppSense from Citrix where he spent 11 years as a member of the executive team, most recently as area vice president of the western region in the United States. He previously led the UK, Ireland and South Africa team for Citrix. At AppSense, Jackson will lead the significant expansion plans in the Western US region and the newly announced US channel program, further accelerating US growth and enhancing the company’s already strong commitment to its partnership network.

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One Comments to “AppSense Appoints Richard Jackson as Vice President of Channel for US”
  1. Charles S says:

    Richard was fired… didn’t even last a year. ha!

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