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ComOps appoints NZ Country Manager

22 Mar 10

Don Glenn has been named New Zealand Country Manager and will be based in Auckland.

Glenn joins ComOps with over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry holding positions in business management, direct and indirect channel sales, IT operations, consulting, account and project management. Previously Glenn was previously New Zealand Regional Manager for TechnologyOne.

In terms of his future at ComOps, Glenn will be responsible for driving the company’s market presence in New Zealand by recruiting new business partners, overseeing new revenue opportunities, managing local customer relationships and growing the company’s local workforce.

“We’re pleased to have Don on board. His strong sales and management experience will be a key asset to lead our business in New Zealand to greater success,” said Richard Bradley, Managing Director, ComOps.

Last summer ComOps was actively seeking new partners in New Zealand. The company was mainly looking for software developers, organisations with expertise in workforce management, occupational health and safety and expertise in field sales automation.

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