QuadraNet Enterprises Hires Alexandria Huber as Channel Sales Manager

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IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and colocation services provider, QuadraNet, has announced the recent addition to its management team – Alexandria Huber, who joined the company as Channel Sales Manager. QuadraNet created this new role to meet the rising demand of customer and distribution channel inquiries and to open new markets.

Alexandria Huber is a seasoned and technically savvy sales leader and a member of the Cloud Girls – coming together with other women in cloud technology to learn, empower, inspire and give back to the community.

Alexandria Huber
“I’m excited and humbled to take on this new challenge, to be an instrumental part of QuadraNet leading the Channel into a new era of multi-cloud,” said Alexandria Huber, the newly appointed Channel Sales Manager of QuadraNet.

Prior to QuadraNet, Huber worked for cloudtrek where she was responsible for the implementation and development of sales departments with a focus on partnered selling. She has experience working for multiple private cloud providers, and has worked within the Veterinary and Medical industries selling laboratory and capital equipment through distribution.

“I’m excited and humbled to take on this new challenge, to be an instrumental part of QuadraNet leading the Channel into a new era of multi-cloud,” said Alexandria Huber, the newly appointed Channel Sales Manager of QuadraNet.

Recruiting New Channel Partners

Alexandria Huber will identify, recruit and on-board new channel partners, educate partners about product portfolio and complimentary services offered, as well as develop process improvements to optimize partner management activities. As part of her new role, Huber will also analyze market trends and accordingly develop sales plans to increase brand awareness.

“As IaaS providers we’re in a heavily saturated market that is highly commoditized. We needed something new,” said Alexandria Huber. “The need for cloud enablement has been there, but there just hasn’t been a way to support it. I fell in love with QNMonitoring because I saw how it could revolutionize selling cloud solutions in the channel. Bringing value to my partners is always at the forefront of what I do. I’m excited and humbled to take on this new challenge, to be an instrumental part of QuadraNet leading the Channel into a new era of multi-cloud.”

When Alexandria Huber is not busy working with partners about product portfolios, she’s an avid equestrian and proud mother of 5.

“The addition of someone of this caliber will be instrumental to our growth efforts while reinforcing our commitment to customers and partners,” said Ilan Mishan, CEO of QuadraNet. “We are delighted to announce this new appointment and I am confident that Alex will excel in her new role.”

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