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Citrix makes new Channel leadership appointments to lead the APJ

Citrix has recently appointed Manish Sharma and Srinivas Nadesan for key channel leadership positions. 

Manish Sharma has joined in as Vice President of Partner Sales for the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region. He will report to Craig Stilwell, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Partner Sales at Citrix.

With extensive experience in business and strategic channel development across diverse regions, Sharma will be responsible for the Citrix partner ecosystem in the Asia Pacific and Japan; overseeing the growth of the channel business and driving value for our partners in the region.

Srinivas Nadesan has joined Citrix, reporting directly to Manish Sharma, as Regional Channel Director for Asia (ASEAN & Korea). In this role Srinivas will lead the company’s channel strategy and partner ecosystem growth across the Asia region, covering ASEAN and Korean markets. He will work closely with our partners, distributors and system integrators to accelerate the adoption of Citrix innovations and drive relevance for the Asia market place.

Srinivas Nadesan brings over 19 years’ of experience in channel and sales management across APJ, ASEAN and Singapore. Most recently, he has served as Director, ASEAN Channel Sales and Alliances for Riverbed. Sri has also held multiple leadership roles at Cisco across strategic alliances, Enterprise and commercial sales, managed service businesses and developed key partnerships and alliances for the business, during the 13 years he spent with the company. Srinivas Nadesan will be based in Singapore.

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