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Dell recruits ANZ channel GM

24 Oct 12

Dell has appointed Peter Murphy as the company’s new general manager to lead operations across the ANZ region.

The computer firm says Murphy, who has been with the Dell for twelve years, moves from director of public sector in Australia to spearheading the company’s PartnerDirect programme.

“I have worked with Dell for more than a decade and have a comprehensive understanding of our channel partners, their priorities and customers’ needs," Murphy says.

“I am looking forward to meeting with partners in the coming weeks to further investigate how Dell can help grow their businesses, win in the data centre and remain a stable and long-term business partner.”

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