Intronis named a new vice president of channel development following the departure of Ted Roller to Log Me In.
Neal Bradbury, who helped found the Boston-based cloud backup provider in 2003, replaces Roller, who had been with Intronis since July 2010. Bradbury's most recent title was chief product owner and he was vice president of systems engineering before that, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Now he takes the role of channel chief, tasked with bolstering relationships with managed service providers and VARs.
"Neal is uniquely positioned to lead our channel development efforts and knows what it takes to generate even greater business value for our MSP partner community and alliance partners," said Jay Bolgatz, interim CEO and vice president of engineering and development at Intronis, in a statement. "We're celebrating another great year of success and double-digit partner growth, and want to thank Ted for his contributions to Intronis and welcome Neal back into the field."
Bolgatz has been leading Intronis since Kent Plunkett left the company last September.
Meanwhile, Roller, a former VAR CEO, moves to LogMeIn, where he will be a vice president, according to a LogMeIn spokesman.
"It's been an amazing ride and I am so thankful to Intronis and its partners," Roller said in a statement. "It was a great opportunity to help build the unstoppable momentum within the Intronis partner community and be part of such a fast-growing, dynamic company."
Roller confirmed that his title will be vice president of channel development at LogMeIn.
PUBLISHED DEC. 14, 2012
This story was updated on Dec. 14, 2012, at 1:20pm PST, to provide information provided after press time regarding Roller's new title at LogMeIn.