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Sisense expands Australian presence, taps former Tealium ANZ MD

By Press release - Sisense

10 February 2020 1min read

By Press release - Sisense

10 February 2020 1min read

​​​Sisense, an analytics platform for builders, has announced that it is expanding its presence across Australia with a new office in Sydney and new sales hires. The growing Sisense APAC team is led by an experienced regional vice president of APAC for Sisense, Eyal Mekler. Mekler is a seasoned business development and sales leader with 15 years’ experience and a deep understanding of local market dynamics and business needs. Sisense’s expansion supports the growing demand of local technology organizations who are at the forefront of using data at scale to transform their businesses and drive better business outcomes.

“We’re doubling down in Australia to serve a hungry customer base and grow our operations, and even gained local support from the Victorian State Government. Eyal Mekler is the force multiplier for us in this region,” said Amir Orad, Sisense CEO. “He brings both local and global experience to the role with a great track record of scaling teams across APAC for technology companies such as Tealium, Medallia, and Experian. As demand for modern analytics applications accelerates, Eyal leading the team is helping us scale to meet this surge in demand even further.”

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By Press release - Sisense

10 February 2020 1min read

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