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Allnut to drive enterprise sales at StorageCraft APAC

16 May 2011

Data security and recovery specialists StorageCraft Asia Pacific have appointed Noel Allnutt as sales manager to spearhead a drive into enterprise markets in Australia and New Zealand. 

Vice president Richard Giddey said Allnutt will lead a major push for more mid-market and enterprise accounts. "This will place more emphasis on the high end of our traditional focus," said Giddey. 

Allnutt joins StorageCraft Asia Pacific from distributor Westcon, where he helped vendor F5 grow revenue and build a network of channel partners. 

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