Sydney, August 23 -- Tquila ANZ is pleased to announce the appointment of Janet Michie to the newly created position of Telstra Channel Manager as it continues to grow and strengthen its partnership with Telstra.
Reporting to CEO, Jo Masters, Michie brings to Tquila over 20 years’ experience in the ICT industry in senior strategic sales, channel management and business development roles.
Janet will be working closely with the Telstra team to provide Telstra customers with the solutions and services they require to achieve successful business outcomes leveraging Tquila’s breadth and depth of Salesforce expertise and mobile capabilities.
“We are delighted to welcome Janet to the Tquila family. Her depth of experience both with and within the channel, her understanding of today’s business challenges, and her ability to create and nurture meaningful relationships with partners and customers alike are outstanding.
“Janet will be responsible for growing our Telstra partnership and ensuring we are a valuable partner providing exceptional services to Telstra and their customers assisting with their digital strategies using the Salesforce solutions,” said Jo Masters, CEO, Tquila ANZ.
Prior to joining Tquila, Janet spent seven years at Telstra in a number of senior sales roles, more recently as Strategic Partner Manager, Apps Services and Messaging, Telstra Global Enterprises & Services. Immediately before, Janet held sales, channel and business development positions at Sensis, Microsoft Australia and AVNET.
Janet Michie is based in Sydney.
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About Tquila ANZ – Salesforce Platinum Consulting Partner
Driven by a culture of innovation and technology excellence, Tquila ANZ designs, builds and manages solutions on the Salesforce platform to support customers’ business needs, maximise their technology investment and help them grow their businesses profitably. A member of the Tquila International family, Tquila ANZ is headquartered in Sydney with presence in Brisbane and Melbourne.
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