Cloud computing company MOQdigital has appointed former Hewlett-Packard Asia-Pacific sales director Ryan Millar as New South Wales state director.
Millar, who has been in the job since 5 October, fills a newly created role.
“I was approached for the role as I have a long-standing friendship and relationship with [MOQdigital chairman] David Shein, who has been a significant mentor for me over the past 15 years,” Millar told CRN.
MOQdigital is an ASX-listed company that provides services and solutions around data, applications and infrastructure for digital businesses. The firm was founded last year after a reverse listing and merger of Technology Effect and Breeze.
Millar told CRN his responsibilities at MOQdigital include “ownership of the NSW profit and lost statement, achieving our sales (revenue and gross profit) objectives in line with MOQ’s strategy communicated to the market, achieving growth targets, people leadership, strategic planning, MOQ’s IoT product and commercialised IP”.
Before joining MOQdigital, Millar worked at HP for close to two years and was responsible for inside sales, sales engineering and marketing.
Prior to that, Millar had been working in various technology companies in Sydney and the UK, including as the London-based chief executive for start-up eDiamond - a provider of cloud-based trading platform for diamond producers.
"We are privileged to have Millar join the team in NSW," MOQdigital chief executive Nicki Page told CRN. "With his vast experience and strong people culture, I have no doubt the team will thrive under his leadership and our customers will continue to enjoy exceptional service as we assist them with their digital strategy.”