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Dell announces new SMB management

20 Jan 10

Dell announced the appointment of three members to its SMB and channel divisions in ANZ, including a new Channel Manager for New Zealand.

James Arnold has taken the role of NZ Country Manager after seven years working with Lenovo and IBM in Australia, Taiwan and New Zealand. He will oversee the expansion of partnerships in the country.

Jay Turner will take on the role of SMB Channel Director for ANZ and will be responsible for driving growth and investment into Dell’s PartnerDirect channel program. An eight-year veteran of Dell, he will also focus on expanding Dell’s SMB footprint and work closely with partners to enhance modular services offerings for SMBs.

Cath Hodgson-Croker has joined Dell as the SMB Marketing Director for ANZ, where she will take leadership of the marketing and brand teams responsible for tailored technology solutions and customer intimacy for SMBs. She has joined Dell after a 13-year tenure at Symantec where she was most recently VP for Channel Sales across Asia Pacific.

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