MobileIron Names Jeroen Nooijen Vice President of Sales for Asia Pacific and Japan

MobileIron Names Jeroen Nooijen Vice President of Sales for Asia Pacific and Japan

MobileIron, the company to introduce the industry’s first mobile-centric, zero trust enterprise security platform, announced the appointment of Jeroen Nooijen as Vice President of Sales for Asia Pacific and Japan. Based in Singapore, Jeroen is responsible for MobileIron’s go-to-market and channel strategies across the region, including partner alliances, customer acquisition and sales operations.

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Jeroen brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in the enterprise networking infrastructure and security industry with a proven track record in building high-performing sales teams to accelerate market expansion. Before this appointment, Jeroen scaled MobileIron’s business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa through Benelux as a director and most recently as Vice President for EMEA North, West and South. He also led sales teams at Trapeze Networks and Radware.

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“The addition of Jeroen, a highly seasoned technology sales leader, to the Asia Pacific team comes at the most opportune time as MobileIron launches the world’s first mobile-centric, zero trust strategy that makes the mobile device your ID and secure access to the enterprise,” said Greg Randolph, Senior Vice President Worldwide Sales at MobileIron. “Armed with extensive experience helping EMEA enterprises recognize the need for a robust mobile-centric enterprise grade solution over the last six years, we are confident that he will propel the adoption of MobileIron’s revolutionary zero sign-on technology that completely eliminates passwords amongst our Asia Pacific customers.”

Jeroen holds a degree in Business Administration from Fontys University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

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