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Parallels names new APAC VP and GM

Cross-platform software solutions Parallels, has appointed Jerry Huang as vice president and general manager of the Asia Pacific region.

Based in Singapore, Huang will take over the reins of leadership from outgoing Parallels Asia Pacific vice president and general manager Eugenio Ferrante. Ferrante, who led the company’s regional growth to new heights over the past few years, will be taking on a new role at Parallels.

Huang is responsible for building upon and growing the strong Asia Pacific demand for Parallels cross-platform software solutions. This includes Parallels Desktop for Mac, Windows applications on a Mac, and Parallels Remote Application Server.

“Asia Pacific and Japan markets are among the world’s most dynamic, which can create challenges for IT departments in effectively scaling IT infrastructure. I’m excited to help CIOs and IT managers who need cost-effective and scalable solutions to quickly, securely and easily support employees who must to run Windows on their Mac, or need the ability to use any device to access and run their Windows applications and desktops from anywhere,” said Huang.

Prior to his current role, Huang served as the Asia Pacific devices sales lead at Microsoft, where he worked closely with country sales and technical teams to support corporate customers’ efforts in building enterprise mobility capability with Microsoft technology and devices.

Before that, he led the enterprise sales team for Apple in greater China, working closely with senior business and IT leaders in large corporations across the region to identify and surmount the challenges, opportunities and best practices involved in building enterprise mobility capabilities on iOS devices.

 

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