Business Development Representative
Location: StorMagic US Office – Woburn MA Job Code: SMCSOR101
StorMagic, a leading provider of software for shared storage over distributed IT environments, is growing! An exciting, high growth tech company based in the United Kingdom, is expanding in the US and looking for Business Development Representatives who will be responsible for researching and identifying prospective customer prospects, and making initial calls with the goal of scheduling web-based product demonstrations. Continue reading
Walden Tech client, StorMagic, will be exhibiting at this year’s VTUG Winter Warmer, to be held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on January 17, 2013. The Winter Warmer is one of the largest VMware User Group meetings in the world, attracting more than 1000 IT professionals and more than 45 suppliers.
StorMagic, a WaldenTech client and leading developer of storage software to enable shared storage, high-availability and centralized management for multi-site VMware deployments, will be demonstrating the latest release of SvSAN in conjunction with VMworld in Las Vegas, August 28th – September 1st. Prospective partners, resellers, and customers can request a private briefing with company executives and a product demonstration by completing the form available at this link. Learn why the German Army, a wind energy producer, and a European financial services company are selecting StorMagic’s SvSAN to enable high-availability and centralized management.
StorMagic Inc, a WaldenTech client, and developer of Storage Virtual Appliance technology, announced that its SvSAN product achieved VMware Ready™ status. StorMagic has passed a detailed evaluation and testing process managed by VMware and is now listed on the VMware Partner Product Catalog.
Passing the extensive VMware-specified testing helps ensure that the SvSAN makes best use of VMware technology and is ready for deployment in customer environments.
WaldenTech client, StorMagic, a UK-based developer of iSCSI storage virtual appliances, has signed a distribution agreement with NetWorld, a major Japanese distributor of IT solutions with 2009 turnover of ¥37.6 billion. NetWorld is also VMware’s largest distributor in Japan. The agreement with NetWorld was facilitated by WaldenTech, through its partnership with F&I Cube Inc., who specializes in bringing technology companies to the Japanese market. The agreement was announced today by StorMagic CEO, Hans O’Sullivan and NetWorld CEO, Morita Shiyouiti, together with Mikinori Furuya, President and CEO at F&I Cube Inc. at a press event in Japan which received broad, local coverage.
Walden Technology Partners, Inc., announced the departure of CEO and Co-Founder, David Burmon, effective September 30, 2010. As of October 1, Mr. McArthur, President and Co-Founder, will assume all ownership interest in and operational responsibility for the company. In addition, the corporate headquarters will move from its current location to 41 Morse Farm Lane, Holliston, Massachusetts.
SolarWinds, a Texas-based supplier of network monitoring tools, announced that it has acquired the assets of Tek-Tools, Inc. , a Dallas-based developer of enterprise monitoring, reporting, and management tools, for $42 million. Prior to the acquisition Walden Technology Partners, Inc., played a strategic role in helping Tek-Tools secure an OEM-contract with a leading supplier of storage solutions, a reseller agreement with the services arm of a global systems company, and a reseller agreement with a major North American systems reseller.