Story image

iManage eyes 'important' A/NZ market with new hire

27 Feb 17

iManage has revealed Gianni Giust as the new iManage Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand.

In his new position, based in Brisbane, Australia, Giust will work closely with the existing iManage partner community that supports a well-established and rapidly growing regional customer base.

"The Australian and New Zealand market has always been an important market for us -- we count the largest law firms and financial institutions in the region as customers, and we have a strong partner community that has served us and our customers well," says Neil Araujo, iManage CEO.

"Having local representation with Giust further solidifies our commitment to this market, provides increased support for our partners, and ensures we have a compelling local presence for our customers,” he adds.

“Gianni has the industry experience and customer orientation needed to ensure that our customers in the region receive the most value from their iManage investments."

Giust has spent a number of years working for a key iManage partner organisation in Australia, focused on growing the adoption of the iManage solutions across the professional services market in New South Wales.

The new Managing Director also brings broad experience in the enterprise content management space, including time as Associate Director - Enterprise Content Management at Optus, and National Manager of Customer Success at Objective Corporation.

"This is an exciting time of change in the professional services industry as our customers strive to leverage modern and smart technologies to manage information in order to improve business agility, lower costs and improve information security," says Giust.

"There's so much excitement in the marketplace around the strides iManage has made as an organisation since becoming an independent business, and the innovation it has demonstrated with game-changing new products like iManage Work 10."

How McAfee aims to curb enterprise data loss
McAfee DLP aims to help safeguard intellectual property and ensure compliance by protecting sensitive data.
HPE promotes 'circular economy' for end-of-use tech
HPE is planning to show businesses worldwide that throwing old tech and assets into landfill is not the best option when it comes to end-of-use disposal.
2018 sees 1,500% increase in coinmining malware - report
This issue will only continue to grow as IoT forms the foundation of connected devices and smart city grids.
CSPs ‘not capable enough’ to meet 5G demands of end-users
A new study from Gartner produced some startling findings, including the lack of readiness of communications service providers (CSPs).
Oracle announces a new set of cloud-native managed services
"Developers should have the flexibility to build and deploy their applications anywhere they choose without the threat of cloud vendor lock-in.”
How AT&T aims to help businesses recover faster from a disaster
"Companies need to be able to recover and continue operations ASAP, without pulling resources from other places to get back up and running."
2019 threat landscape predictions - Proofpoint
Proofpoint researchers have looked ahead at the trends and events likely to shape the threat landscape in the year to come.
How your enterprise backup solution could fail
Even the best-trained employees are prone to error, and unfortunately, sometimes those errors affect enterprise backups.