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EMC, HYCU Vet to Lead Syxsense Channel Partners Globally

Syxsense is experiencing 'massive' growth.

Edward Gately

November 11, 2022

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EMC, HYCU Vet to Lead Syxsense Channel Partners Globally
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Syxsense partners have a new leader. The provider of unified security and endpoint management solutions has hired Jose Rangel as vice president of global channels.

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Syxsense’s Jose Rangel

A B2B cloud and data management industry veteran, Rangel has built, lead and managed vendor sales channels across the United States and EMEA. He’s responsible for Syxsense’s global channel growth.

“Syxsense is fundamentally changing how organizations manage and secure endpoints,,” Rangel said. “And this presents amazing opportunities for channel partners and MSPs that are looking to give customers new solutions that save time and money, while increasing security and management efficacy. The company is experiencing massive growth, driven by real product innovation. I’m excited to step in and work with the team to help further expand a channel organization that will drive sales, empower partners and ensure customers success.” 

Rangel most recently was HYCU‘s global channel sales director. Before that, he was Datadobi’s director of channels and cloud alliances for North America.

Nearly 20 Years of Channel Leadership

Rangel has more than 18 years of channel leadership. That includes revamping and transitioning channel programs from fulfillment models to partner proactive ecosystems. He’s increased partner-initiated pipeline and deal registration co-sell opportunities by more than 50%.

He also was national channel leader at EMC and was with the company over 10 years. He has extensive experience building global partner ecosystems with VARs, service providers, system integrators and value-added distributors.

Ashley Leonard is Syxsense‘s founder and CEO.

“Syxsense has seen hyper growth over the last two years as organizations, and the partners serving them, have realized the value of consolidating endpoint security and management into a single solution,” he said. “As we’ve added new capabilities around mobile device management and zero trust, the interest across the channel community has exploded. Jose brings a level of experience and leadership that will allow us to capitalize and expand on the channel success we’ve already had and help us build a world-class channel organization that will empower partners.”

In August, Syxsense unveiled Syxsense Zero Trust, a module within Syxsense Enterprise that enables endpoint compliance with zero trust network access policies (ZTNA). The module was designed to serve as an organization’s trust evaluation engine for endpoints. It offer visibility and control over network access policies. In addition, it enables security teams to build sophisticated access policies and remediation workflows to ensure ZTNA compliance.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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