RF Code has announced the addition of Copie Davis to the position of director of channel development, where he will be responsible for increasing the capacity and extending the reach of its comprehensive channel partner program.
In his new role, Davis brings to RF Code more than 17 years of experience in both enterprise and channel sales spanning a variety of areas, including network management, systems management and data center infrastructure management (DCIM). Most recently the partner development manager for DCIM software at Schneider Electric, Davis is tasked with identifying channel partners for RF Code in existing markets as well as pursuing new markets for the company’s array of full-suite data center management solutions. Additionally, Davis will work with resellers to provide business planning, training tools, and timely access to information that will help RF Code’s channel partners better serve the data center management needs of their customers. He is based out of the company’s Austin, TX, headquarters.
“I’m excited to build on RF Code’s existing channel growth as well as increase the program’s scope throughout North America,” said Davis. “RF Code has an impressive reputation within the asset management and environmental monitoring industries. I look forward to helping in its latest expansion toward the data-driven IoT-based solutions that data center owners and operators are increasingly looking for.”
“RF Code has experienced a great deal of momentum in our channel program and we’re delighted that an experienced channel manager like Copie will help us to continue its growth,” said Ed Healy, CEO at RF Code. “Copie has an extensive background in creating new channel relationships and increasing the capacity of existing partners. As RF Code continues to expand its solutions to integrate IoT and the Cloud, his experience will be a tremendous asset.”
Earlier this year, 451 Research released a complimentary report analyzing the shift in RF Code’s strategic direction, which places increased priority on software offerings, subscription pricing, and focus on “Data center IoT.” The report also analyzes the shifting data center monitoring and optimization marketplace, both of which has led to the company’s embracement of a services model to complement its traditional hardware sales model.