SolarWinds establishes Korean corporation to expand international expansion

SolarWinds establishes Korean corporation to expand international expansion-01

SolarWindsa leading provider of simple, powerful and secure IT management software, is a strategic Korean subsidiary in Seoul, South Korea. Has officially established and announced that Ken Parker has been appointed Country Manager for SolarWinds in South Korea. The newly expanded management team with Parker’s appointment will support our commitment to strengthening our brand and further strengthening our position as a market leader in IT Operations Management (ITOM) software.

Parker, who reports to Joe Signorelli, SolarWinds Director of Sales (Japan and South Korea), has focused on strengthening our focus on customers and partners in South Korea through the adoption of SolarWinds ® ITOM solutions for these customers. We will support the growing needs of our partners in long-term digital transformation activities. SolarWinds works closely with industry-leading technology resellers, distributors, service providers, and system integrators to build partnerships that offer new revenue opportunities.

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Signorelli said: “Inviting Parker to management is an important step forward in our market development strategy aimed at building business collaboration and bringing value to our Korean partners. We have Parker’s enthusiasm and extensive industry experience. We believe that we can help our current sales team grow, focus on strategic alliances and expand our channel business in the region. Help our customers and partners solve their IT management challenges. I look forward to Parker’s leadership. ”

Parker brings over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. Closely related to South Korea, he started his career as the country’s first commercial internet service provider. Prior to SolarWinds, he was Country Manager at Ivanty Korea, helping companies achieve zero trust security and gaining market share. In addition, he has held several senior positions at various global technology companies such as NetApp, Acopia Networks and Pulse Secure.

Parker said: “It’s a very interesting time to get involved in a bigger growth strategy focused on sales. This is a great opportunity for this team to gain momentum and empower more customers and partners with SolarWinds solutions. I am honored to be part of the SolarWinds family and look forward to contributing to the growth of the team in the region.

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