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Martin Mooney appointed Country Manager for New Zealand

The Attachmate Group Names Martin Mooney as Country Manager for New Zealand

NEW ZEALAND – 17th August 2011 –

The Attachmate Group today announced the appointment of Martin Mooney as country manager for The Attachmate Group in New Zealand. In his role, Mooney will be responsible for driving customer success and developing market opportunities for the Group’s four business units – Attachmate, NetIQ, Novell and SUSE – in New Zealand.

Mooney joined The Attachmate Group in 2007 as a territory manager for Attachmate and NetIQ. He has been instrumental in building both businesses in New Zealand and identifying new customer opportunities for the company.

“Martin has played a vital role in driving much of our company and customer success in New Zealand,” said Boris Ivancic, vice president and general manager of The Attachmate Group for APAC. “I am confident that he and his team will continue to provide our New Zealand customers with the best quality technology products, solutions and support.”

According to Mooney, the recent acquisition of Novell and SUSE by The Attachmate Group signifies an exciting time for the company in New Zealand.

“The addition of Novell and SUSE to The Attachmate Group furthers our ability to help customers extend, manage and secure their increasingly complex IT environments. Our broader portfolio ensures that we can offer our customers in New Zealand a full range of complementary solutions and additional resources, which will help them achieve greater success in their organisations,” said Mooney.

The Attachmate Group product families include solutions that range across IT operations management, open source, end user computing and collaboration, host connectivity and legacy modernisation, security, identity and compliance management, virtualisation and cloud computing.

The addition of Novell and SUSE as business units in April 2011 supports The Attachmate Group’s goal to support its customers’ strategic and tactical business requirements through innovative solutions, quality products, and exceptional service.

Prior to The Attachmate Group, Mooney worked with Datacom, both in a technical and business capacity, and as country manager for Foundry Networks, Compuware and F5. About The Attachmate Group Headquartered in Houston, Texas, The Attachmate Group is a privately-held software holding company, comprising distinct IT brands dedicated to the long-term success of our customers. We deliver enterprise solutions to extend, manage and secure increasingly complex IT environments. Principal holdings include Attachmate, NetIQ, Novell and SUSE.


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