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Brendan Maree joins ProHance to spur growth in Australia & New Zealand
Tue, 20th Feb 2024

ProHance, the avant-garde provider of workplace analytics and operations enablement solutions, recently appointed Brendan Maree as Vice President and Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand. Maree, stationed in Sydney, brings with him an extensive experience and skill set that ProHance believes will be instrumental to the company's expansion and success within the region.

As outlined in their 2024 vision, Maree's primary objective will be to attract leading clients and introduce ProHance's innovative suite of performance analytics, operational insights and productivity enhancement tools to both the region's private sector enterprises and public sector agencies. To put it succinctly, Maree's appointment is central to manifesting the transformative potential of ProHance's offering in the region.

In his own words, Maree shared his exhilaration about joining ProHance. He asserts, "I am excited to join ProHance and contribute to the company's growth, thanks to our solutions that provide organisations with comprehensive omni-channel operations management and a productivity platform. We are handing enterprises and outsourcing companies the tools to optimise their back-office, middle-office, and contact centre operations."

He continued to highlight the company's role in the targeted markets, stating, "Australian and New Zealand businesses can now take advantage of real-time visibility capabilities, enabling them to gain insights into team engagement and effectively allocate resources via data-driven decisions."

With a sterling 25-year career in the IT industry, Brendan Maree has been a prominent accelerator of revenue, a strategic recruiter, an active engager with telecom operators, and a driver of new partnerships. He has demonstrated the ability to foster growth and fortify teams. His previous appointments have included significant positions at 8x8 and Interactive Intelligence. He was also the Channel Manager for SMB products at Avaya early in his career.

Expressing his confidence in Maree, Ankur Dhingra, CEO of ProHance, states, "We are confident that Brendan Maree's extensive experience and strategic mindset will significantly contribute to ProHance’s success in the Australia and New Zealand market."

In 2023, ProHance announced its services to 350,000 users across more than 150 companies in 25 countries, emphasising its commitment to reshape the landscape of workforce and operational management in the SaaS industry. With Brendan Maree at the helm in Australia and New Zealand, it is expected that ProHance will continue its upward trajectory in propelling the digital transformation of businesses in the region.