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Mimecast strengthens channel strategy with latest appointment

Mimecast channel
Jonathan Corini, Mimecast

Mimecast Limited has announced that Jonathan Corini has been appointed the new Senior Vice President of Global Channel Sales.

In this role, Corini will be responsible for the strategy and execution of Mimecast’s global channel programme. Mimecast is dedicated to ensuring its partner community is supported, engaged and armed for success and the appointment of Corini will help unify and strengthen its commitment to the channel.

“Mimecast leans on partners as strategic advisors to help expand our global business. As we plan to grow in the enterprise market, Mimecast’s technology partners, systems integrators and reseller community will be pivotal to that success,” said Corini. “Exponential growth can be achieved when everyone is aligned and working towards the same set of goals. Mimecast’s culture is infused with so much drive to make the world a more resilient place. I look forward to leveraging my experience building and growing successful channel partner programmes to further Mimecast’s footprint in the Enterprise, Commercial, SMB and MSP markets.”

Corini brings more than 20 years of experience building and managing technology relationships, as well as the teams responsible for driving joint sales within the Channel Partner community.

As the Senior Vice President of Global Channel Sales, Corini will oversee the strategy and execution of Mimecast’s global channel programme and will work closely with the teams to ensure alignment and maximize the value for partners.  Prior to joining Mimecast, Corini was the Vice President of Worldwide Channel Sales at Forescout Technologies where his team delivered a customer-first mission to all Forescout channel partners, spanning more than 90 countries and more than 1000 resellers. Under Corini’s leadership, Forescout’s channel partner programme received CRN’s 5-Star Award in 2018, 2019, and most recently in 2020 for the Envision Partner Program. Before that, Corini held management roles with Tanium, Intel Security and McAfee.


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