Canberra ISV Intelledox names Michael Devitt as channel chief out of DDLS

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Canberra ISV Intelledox names Michael Devitt as channel chief out of DDLS
Michael Devitt, Intelledox

Canberra software company Intelledox has hired Michael Devitt as its new channel chief, taking on the role of partner enablement manager.

Devitt joins from Dimension Data Learning Solutions (DDLS), where he last held the national sales manager role in Australia as part of a 22 year stint with the Dimension Data subsidiary.

“Our channel partners such as KPMG, Dialog and Veritec are achieving exceptional digital transformation outcomes for their customers with our low-code platform that enhances Microsoft Dynamics and Office365,” Devitt said.

“The Infiniti platform is driven by Microsoft technologies and we are very excited about our new AI Azure-driven solution called ‘Accelerate’ that speeds up the transformation of libraries of legacy PDF master forms.”

Also joining Intelledox is Bart Crowther as vice president of ANZ sales, coming over from top sales roles at Aconex, Avoka and Kronos.

“It is exciting to join a rapidly growing global ISV and I am looking forward to working with all our partners to help their customers achieve their digital transformation aspirations,” Crowther said.

Crowther was regional sales manager at Aconex for four years before joining Intelledox, and was national sales director for Avoka Technologies from 2010 to 2013. He also worked in various sales roles at Kronos, Microsoft partner Insight, Fujitsu and Data#3.

The appointments come as part of Intelledox’s plans to further expand in Australia and Asia and to capitalise on the increasing demand for its solutions.

“I am delighted that the growth and success of Intelledox has attracted such strong talent,” Intelledox chief executive Ray Kiley said.

“Both Bart and Michael are truly customer focused and am excited at the value that they will deliver to our clients and partners.”

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