DRACOON drives international sales program forward – Marc Kieffer is the new Senior Channel Sales Manager

Mark Kieffer is the new Senior Channel Sales Manager

Regensburg, 28thMay 2019 – DRACOON the market leader in the field of Enterprise Filesharing in the German-speaking region has a new Senior Channel Sales Manager: Mark Kieffer, who already has many years of experience and excellent contacts in the IT sector, took over the newly created post in April. He will look after the development and expansion of the channel program on an international level.

Kieffer began his professional career more than 20 years ago as Customer Manager in Sales at Ingram Micro. From 2000 to 2004, he worked there as Product Manager Purchasing. After joining Corel, he started there as Distribution Manager DACH (German speaking region, Germany, Austria and Switzerland), then became Channel Sales Manager DACH and later took over the role of Senior Channel Sales Manager DACH, Benelux and Scandinavia. Since 2017 he had been employed by Milestone Systems as Country Manager DACH. There he was also responsible for the further expansion and support of the technology partners.

The DRACOON partners program not only includes resellers, but also OEM and technology partners. He himself describes the solution as concentrated power with a lot of potential. “In my opinion DRACOON has the right product at the right place at the right time”, says the new Senior Channel Sales Manager. “I have formulated my personal goals very clearly. I will do my utmost to ensure that the area entrusted to me, in close cooperation with the partners, becomes one of the most important sales pillars in the company”, Kieffer continues.

Arved Graf von Stackelberg, Managing Director Sales & Marketing, is also pleased about the new member: “Mark Kieffer acts 100 % channel-oriented. With him, we have gained an experienced man who has a great deal of know-how in the channel and partner area. Already in the first weeks we were able to set important milestones and are looking forward to further cooperation.”