ExtraHop in Camp with New Global Channel Leader


ExtraHop has launched its new partner program which will debut under the leadership of newly appointed Vice President of Worldwide Channel Sales, Christine Camp.

ExtraHop capped off a strong 2023 with US $200 million in ARR, largely driven by strategic alliances with key technology and channel partners.

According to Gartner, NDR market spending is expected to grow to US $2.64B by 2027.

“Partners are a foundational component of ExtraHop’s sales efforts and a long-term investment in the channel is a primary scale vehicle as we expand our global footprint,” said Marc Andrews, CRO, ExtraHop. “Our new partner program will offer an opportunity to further address the growing need for cutting-edge network visibility solutions and help customers build business resilience in the face of advancing cyber threats.”

“Working with ExtraHop has been a game-changer,” said Tim Hall, Director of Alliances, Blackwood. “Their team isn’t just about products, they’re all about rolling up their sleeves and helping us bring NDR to our customers. They take the time to make sure our customers truly understand the power of their network data. This new partner program just takes things to the next level – we’re excited to see what we can further achieve together.”

Steering the new partner program, Christine Camp, Vice President, Worldwide Channel Sales, comes to ExtraHop with more than 20 years of experience at leading enterprise technology organisations.

She most recently led global channel strategy at Palo Alto Networks, where she launched two new, innovative partner programs and drove measurable revenue growth. Prior to Palo Alto, Camp held leadership positions at NTT Communications, Visage Mobile, and Verizon.

“Across the industry, ExtraHop has demonstrated the power of the network and is recognised for its revolutionary platform that can stop cyberattacks in a way other technologies can’t,” said Camp. “NDR has the potential to make a tremendous impact on how we approach enterprise cybersecurity, and there is a significant opportunity for partners to reap the benefits. With a channel-dependent culture, we’re committed to offering them even more meaningful engagement and resources to succeed.”


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