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Enterprise mobility vendor, Good Technology, has boosted its Asia Pacific channel support team with the appointment of a new head of its regional partner program.

Good Technology, vice president and corporate general manager APAC, Jim Watson, announced the appointment of David Cockerham as director, partner program APAC.

Watson said Cockerham would be based in Sydney, and the newly created position would further boost Good's partner ecosystem in Australia, New Zealand and the rest of the Asia Pacific region 'by bringing a channel veteran with more than 15 years' of engineering, marketing, sales and management experience aboard.'

According to Watson, Cockerham is tasked with developing existing and new channel relationships that help Good expand its footprint for its 'market leading mobile device management (MDM), secure wireless email and mobile application development platforms (MEAP) solutions in the enterprise and the mid-market space.'

Cockerham joins Good from Australian WAN optimisation company, Exinda Networks, where he was country manager ANZ, and previously worked for F5 Networks in the ANZ region. He also worked for Intel.

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