CensorNet has appointed Grahame Smee as its new vice president of sales. With the company set on ambitious growth plans for this year, Smee will play a key role in the company’s business development and plans to strengthen CensorNet’s position within the channel market.
Smee brings with him over 20 years’ experience working in distribution and the channel. He will work closely to support CEO, Ed Macnair, in driving sales growth and developing a strong vendor strategy to elevate CensorNet above its competitors.
“With the increased use of cloud-based applications and the continued growth of the UK cloud market, CensorNet has identified a crucial gap in the industry’s current product development. Many current web security solutions are outdated and unable to address cloud application adoption and bring your own devices (BYOD) so it’s exciting to be part of a team that is focused on providing security for the world as it is now and the future,” explains Smee.
“This year marks an important turning point for CensorNet. We have some exciting new product developments being released in the coming months and will be looking to the channel to push our solutions far and wide. My priority is to build the sales team across territories and strengthen the company’s relationships with the channel to ensure its success and future longevity,” concludes Smee.
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