KeyedIn Solutions expands to Africa
INDUSTRY| Aug. 14, 2012, 6:56 p.m.
KeyedIn Solutions, a global SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions provider and consulting organization, has announced the opening of its new office in Johannesburg, South Africa. The news follows the opening of the company's Monterrey, Mexico office, giving this quick-growing company presence in nine U.S. cities, the United Kingdom, Australia, Latin America and now, Africa.
As flexible SaaS solutions have proliferated through the business and technology arenas, KeyedIn Solutions has quickly mobilized to provide a global presence for the company's consulting services and on-demand, web-based project portfolio management (PPM), program management office (PMO) and professional service automation (PSA) applications.
The office will be led by Hugh Muller, Director of Channel and Ecosystems in Africa. A channel sales veteran in the region, Muller brings more than 17 years of business development, sales and strategic channel growth experience to his new position with KeyedIn Solutions. Muller has executed successful projects in numerous countries, drawing on a broad and deep background of business development, commerce and IT experience.
"Hugh embodies the organizational strengths of our company -- the ability to deliver cutting-edge, transformational technology with a deep understanding of the businesses that need it," said KeyedIn Solutions CEO Lauri Klaus. "He's given us a strong foothold in the vibrant African market and we look forward to Hugh's contributions to the company's success."
Sales inquiries from Africa may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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