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Global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, QlikTech, has appointed a Partner Sector Manager to oversee its newly opened Perth office as it looks to strengthen its presence in the Western Australian market.

QlikTech Australia and New Zealand Regional Director, Mark Sands, announced the appointment of Jenny Jain to oversee the company’s Western Australian operation.

Sands said Jain would also be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the new office.

Jain has previously worked in the BI area for Cognos/IBM, SAS and Oracle.

According to Sands, the company is strengthening its local presence as the “demand for user-driven Business Intelligence continues to grow,” and the Perth office would help to build QlikTech’s “already strong partner community and cater for Australia’s growing Business Discovery marketplace.”

“Our expansion into Western Australia was a logical step considering the growth that QlikTech is currently experiencing.

“We have a strong customer base in Western Australia and we are looking forward to providing our services on a more personalised level through the opening of this new office.”

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