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New Account Manager For New Zealand Office

Symantec Announces New Account Manager For New Zealand Office

Natasha McLean Joins the New Zealand Sales and Marketing Team

Symantec New Zealand has appointed Natasha McLean as an Account Manager for its Auckland-based team. In addition to developing and extending local sales and marketing programmes, Natasha will be involved in managing existing corporate customers and growing Symantec’s licensing programme.

Natasha’s responsibilities encompass the active promotion of Symantec’s full range of enterprise products through distributors and channel partners. Symantec’s enterprise solutions include the leading firewall, anti-virus, intrusion detection and vulnerability assessment technology. Natasha will directly manage these products and assume responsibility for presenting them to existing and new customers as complete solutions for the enterprise market.

“Symantec is very well recognised as a leader in Internet Security and has a strong reputation in New Zealand. I look forward to strengthening my expertise in the security arena,” says Natasha.”

“We are very pleased to have Natasha on board as a part of Symantec’s local sales team,” says Richard Batchelar, Country Manager for Symantec New Zealand. “With a wealth of sales and marketing experience through various roles her expertise can be applied to our local enterprise customers.”

Natasha was previously an Account Manager for Motorola NZ, involved in managing and promoting cellular products to the dealer and retail channel. Prior to this, she was with Infoscan Ltd, a financial information company, as a Project Manager for an Infoscan and Telecom project during the Americas Cup.

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