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Novell has appointed Tim Wolfe as president of Novell Americas and expects him to focus on channel sales.On Oct. 25, Novell appointed Tim Wolfe as president of Novell Americas. In this position, he'll be responsible for the execution of Novell's strategy across the Americas.
Before this job, Wolfe, who brings nearly three decades of software, technology and consulting leadership experience to the role, most recently held the position of vice president and general manager of Novell's East region in the United States. He is expected to play a key role in Novell's transition to a greater focus on customers and partners in implementing the company's go-to-market strategy.
Wolfe will be replacing Troy Richardson. Richardson, in turn, had become president in late October of 2006. He replaced Susan Heystee, who became vice president and general manager for global strategic alliances. In this position, she oversees Novell's partnerships, and, in particular its Microsoft partnership.