Daniel Model

Daniel Model, Manager of Sales Engineering Europe, Acronis Daniel Model joined Acronis in 2005 as a member of the Support team, and soon progressed to Sales Engineer. Now, Daniel is not only responsible for the Sales Engineers in the DACH region (Germany, Switzerland, Austria), he also leads and coordinates the team of Sales Engineers based across Europe. He is a frequent speaker at events which focus on partners and customers, and provides product live demonstrations. Daniel also instructs technical workshops for the company internally and externally. His experience and training includes: Storage, Mobile Device Management, Mobile File Management and Network Architecture, Backup & Disaster Recovery and details concerning B2B solutions.

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