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Cotter leaves Distribution Central for Endace

27 Jun 11

A number of channel partners selling to enterprise level customers will have dealt with Distribution Central. The companies well known and networked sales engineer Robert Cotter last week left for greener pastures.

Cotter came into The Channel's office last week he was tight lipped about who he would be joining. Afterwards our staff members nearly had wagers on whether it maybe Renaissance, Connector Systems or possibly Simm's. In-fact it turned out to Kiwi success story Endace. The company is known for selling its packet level monitoring and reporting solutions developed in New Zealand all over the globe.

You can connect with Cotter via his LinkedIn account here.

The Channel will keep readers up-to-date with Distribution Central's new hire when announced.

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