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Connector Systems lures more Renaissance staff

07 May 10

Following the recent departure of Mark Dasent, three more Renaissance staff will join the value added distributor.

In mid-April Renaissance confirmed to The Channel that long-time manager Mark Dasent had departed the company.

Dasent left Renaissance to join Connector Systems as General Manager of its Networking Wireless division.

Despite Renaissance saying at the time that there would be no further moves within the company, The Channel has learnt that three other Renaissance employees will soon join Connector Systems.

Roneel Prasad comes to the company as Product Manager and will work under Kevin Swainson, who has taken up the role of General Manager: Security Telco. Arunima Dhingra steps aboard to take up the position of Marketing Manager.

Connector Systems currently has offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch. The Head Office in Auckland provides sales, technical and customer support and administration.

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