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MX Logic Hires New Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Posted: Tue May 19, 2009 03:08:00 PM
Industry Veteran Focused on Leading Company's Global Channel Sales Strategy

Englewood, Colo. - May 18, 2009 - MX Logic, Inc., a leading managed security service provider, today announced it has hired Evan G. Westenskow as senior vice president of worldwide sales. Westenskow's primary responsibility will be to continue the rapid sales and distribution growth of the company's network of 1,800 domestic and global reseller partners.

"MX Logic has firmly established itself as the leading channel-centric vendor in SaaS security, and hiring Evan allows us to accelerate the channel vision we have for the future," said Pete Khanna,
president and COO of MX Logic. "Beyond his impressive track record leading various sales organizations, Evan has first-hand knowledge about what it takes to build a world-class distribution network while delivering unequaled service and sales support to partners."

Westenskow brings more than 25 years of extensive management experience in high technology including hardware, software, training and consulting markets. He played a vital role in leading various organizations through building channel teams and creating strategic VAR relationships resulting in increased revenue growth and profitability.

Most recently, Westenskow was the vice president of sales at Alternative Technology (an Arrow Company) where he drove value proposition selling to increase profitability year-over-year. Prior to that, he was the vice president and co-founder of Collaboratek, a start-up that provided products and services that reduced costs associated with re-use of digital assets.

"MX Logic's unique channel sales model is unmatched in the industry," said Westenskow. "I look forward to working with the team and tapping my extensive sales experience to continue to drive the company's growth and success."
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