CA Tech appoints Chua I-Pin as vice president for Asia South
By Digital News Asia April 4, 2014
- Former CA Tech senior director of Partner Sales for Asia South promoted to new role
- Tasks include accelerating growth, driving sales and expanding partner ecosystem
Victor Cheng, who has held this role since 2012, has left the company to pursue other opportunities, CA Technologies said in a statement.
Based out of Singapore, Chua will be responsible for accelerating business growth, driving sales and expanding the company’s partner ecosystem across the Asia South region, which includes Asean, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal.
He reports directly to Ken Arredondo, president and general manager of Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies.
Chua was most recently the senior director of Partner Sales for Asia South where he led the partner business in the region and worked closely with the country representative partners (CRPs) to generate new revenue streams in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
Prior to joining CA Technologies, Chua held senior regional sales management positions in Oracle and was formerly a technology entrepreneur and the founder of two successful technology software and services companies.
“Chua has demonstrated excellent leadership capabilities in developing new businesses and forging winning partnerships during his tenure with CA Technologies,” said Arredondo.
“I’m confident that Chua’s extensive experience in the IT industry and his proven track record in sales and channel development will help deliver on the company’s strategy to drive value for our customers and partners in this important growth region.”
Chua holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computer Science and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Business Economics from US-based Brown University. He was also a recipient of the National Computer Board’s overseas scholarship in 1989.
“CA Technologies is well positioned to win in the market with its strategy, technology and expertise and I’m excited to take on this new role to lead the team to grow the business in Asia South,” said Chua.
“I’m looking forward to bringing greater value and innovation to our customers to help them manage and secure their IT environments and meet their business demands,” he added.
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