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And now a word from Digitalblue. . .

01 Oct 07

“Digitalblue is pleased to announce the addition of David Hurring to the team in a Business Development Manager role based in the South Island.  David comes to us  with an eight-year background in the IT industry, and five years in hardware distribution.  With an abundance of experience and market knowledge, David is able to work with you to get the most out of being a Digitalblue reseller.
“David’s addition to the team, along with new Christchurch warehousing, shows Digitalblue’s growing commitment to South Island customers.  Expect to hear from David soon, or feel free to contact him directly, as he is keen to make contact with as many resellers as possible over the coming months to discuss how being a Digitalblue reseller can benefit your business.
“David is based in Christchurch, and can be contacted directly on (03) 343 4586 or 021 320 946.”  

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