Byron Horn-Botha is business unit head at Arcserve Southern Africa.
Since the beginning of his career, Horn-Botha has been involved in sales and management roles in the technology sector. Over time, he has been appointed to positions in significant ICT corporations focusing on new business expansion.
In 2014, he joined CA Southern Africa in the business development role. In 2015, as an Arcserve partner, CA moved him into the Arcserve arena with responsibility for strategic growth. In 2018, he was appointed to the lead position in Arcserve Southern Africa. He has worked with channel partners throughout his career, giving him in-depth insight into the sector's challenges.
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