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Axis Communications plans ANZ growth

15 Jun 10

Axis Communications has named two new members of staff it says will help the company meet growing market demand in Australia and New Zealand.

Specifically the company said that the expansion will enable it to “better serve the current and future needs of its customers and its partner ecosystem in the region”.

Trevor Westhead has been hired as Regional Sales Manager for the Southern Region in Australia which includes Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania.

Michael Pazarcevic jumps aboard as Inside Sales Representative; supporting both the Australia and New Zealand region.

“With these additions to our team I am confident that Axis will perform with continued strong growth in both countries,” said Wai King Wong, Country Manager, ANZ, Axis Communications. “The migration to IP-based network video surveillance continues to gather speed and these hires are part of our strategic plan for increased support of our expanding scope of projects and customers in the region.”

Both positions will be based in the firm’s Melbourne office.

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