Security VAD Exclusive Networks has appointed David Martinelli and Frédéric Dufour. David Martinelli becomes Sales Director at Exclusive Networks, succeeding Frédéric Dufour who will take charge of strategy and transformation management within France.
"We want to maintain our leadership and value in the market compared to our competitors", says Laurent Daudré-Vignier, CEO of Exclusive Networks France. "David's arrival as Sales Director, combined with Frédéric's new missions, will allow us to accelerate our strategy, pursue our transformation and continue to maintain our lead."
David Martinelli, Sales Director at Exclusive Networks
A graduate of the University of Paris XIII, David Martinelli joins Exclusive Networks with the mission of driving performance and growing the teams.
With a solid sales experience and more than 26 years spent in the IT ecosystem, David Martinelli was a Business Engineer - Major Accounts at Overlap (2006 to 2011), before successively becoming Sales Manager, Sales Director IDF and finally Sales Director Major Accounts (2017) where he was in charge of the IBM partnership. He was then Sales Director for 5 years at Fujitsu (2017-2023).
He is now heading the Sales Department at Exclusive Networks as the company reaches a very important maturity phase.
Frédéric Dufour, Strategy and transformation management at Exclusive Networks
Frédéric Dufour holds a Master's degree in Management Sciences and a DESS in Marketing from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He has a solid professional experience acquired as Sales Director at France Telecom Oléane and as Channel Developer and Business Manager at the wholesaler Itway.
He joined Exclusive Networks in September 2007 (15 years) to develop the MSSP part and then the operator part, before taking over the head of the sales department (for the last 5 years), where he was in charge of supporting the employees on the sales part through best practices.
He became Director of Strategy and Transformation at Exclusive Networks, a position created to maintain the company's momentum as the largest specialized cybersecurity player in France.