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Thu 19 May 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Zoom Auckland, Level 17, PWC Tower, 15 Customs Street West, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010
This event will be held via Zoom Webinar
Join Brendan Ittleson, Chief Technology Officer from Zoom, where we will introduce you to Zoom's developer platform, and the various ways you can build video experiences, powered by Zoom, directly into your application to create new ways to engage with your customers.
This will be run as a Zoom Webinar.
Regional Sales Manager - New Zealand
Jaron is leading Zoom's growth in the New Zealand market, responsible for sales and market development. After close to 10 years in the cloud computing industry, this is a return to familiar ground, having previously spent a decade in the visual communications industry.
Prior to joining Zoom, Jaron has worked in New Zealand & Australia where he has held senior business development roles at AWS, Microsoft, IBM & TANDBERG (now Cisco). He has over 20 years sales experience in delivering value added technology solutions to business from large multination corporates through to SMB's and government customers.
He lives in Auckland, New Zealand, is married with two young children, and enjoys football, motorsport, rugby and good craft beer.
Chief Technology Officer
Brendan leads technology strategy and innovation at Zoom. Charged with creating and executing Zoom’s technical vision, he brings an extensive background in technology, security, and designing scalable, user-friendly solutions. Brendan joined Zoom in 2015 and led Zoom’s global customer support before transitioning to CTO in 2020.
Prior to Zoom, Brendan worked as both a contractor and a Department of Defense civilian employee in the federal sector, creating, implementing, and supporting various global identity management systems. After leaving the DoD, Brendan transitioned to the financial sector and joined a FinTech startup, Dynamics Inc, where he served as VP of Special Operations. In that role he combined his business and technology background on special projects, including helping to revolutionize payments without disrupting the way payment systems work.
Brendan holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Oregon and a certificate in Identity Management from the Naval Postgraduate School.