THINKLOGICAL EXPANDS SALES OPERATIONS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
OHN COETZER TO LEAD SALES AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES
FOR SECURE KVM AND VIDEO EXTENSION AND SWITCHING TECHNOLOGY LEADER
MILFORD, Conn. – Sept. 22, 2016 — Thinklogical, a global manufacturer of high-performance KVM and video signal extension and switching systems for secure command and control applications, announced today that John Coetzer has been named Sales Director for Australia and New Zealand.
Based in Canberra, Coetzer brings nearly 25 years of experience selling technology solutions to defence and government accounts. Coetzer was previously territory manager with AFC Group PTY LTD of Canberra, a manufacturer of fibre-optic network infrastructure products. Prior to that, he held business development and area manager sales roles at ADC Krone PTY LTD in Canberra and South Africa. Coetzer holds a number of technical and network accreditations including Certified Data Centre Designer (CDCD).
In his new role, Coetzer will lead Thinklogical’s sales and business development initiatives in Australia and New Zealand and work closely with the company’s existing partner network in the region to specify and deliver Thinklogical products and services to government and defence customers.
“John Coetzer has built a reputation as a solution-oriented sales executive focused on customer consultation and satisfaction,” said Joe Pajer, president and CEO of Thinklogical. “We look forward to leveraging John’s experience as we expand the market footprint of our high-performance KVM signal management solutions within the defence and government markets.”
Meet John Coetzer and Thinklogical CEO Joe Pajer at MilCIS 2016
Thinklogical will be participating at the MilCIS 2016 conference and exhibition, 8-10 Nov. at the National Convention Centre in Canberra. The company will be showcasing its information assurance (IA) accredited video and KVM signal distribution systems designed for use in secure defence and intelligence applications including command and control rooms, operations centers and watch floors.
Thinklogical President and CEO Joe Pajer will be presenting on the subject of “Achieving Information Superiority in Secure Command and Control Environments” at 4:00 pm on 8 Nov. More information about the presentation and event can be found at http://www.milcis.com.au/