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Dicker Data NZ appoints Cameron May as national sales manager

Dicker Data New Zealand has appointed Cameron May as national sales manager reporting directly to Vladimir Mitnovetski, chief operating officer and executive director of Dicker Data ANZ. 

Mitnovetski states “After an extensive internal and external search, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Cameron May to lead the sales team effective immediately. 

“Cameron has done a great job in helping us to ramp our Lenovo PCG business in New Zealand and I am delighted to promote from within.”

Cameron May has worked with Dicker Data New Zealand for 15 months and prior to joining Dicker Data worked for Staples for 10 years as a Technology Solutions Account Manager. 

May states, “I am looking forward to this opportunity to leverage my understanding of the unique challenges and requirements of what the reseller community requires having worked with many vendors and distributors as a reseller. 

“Dicker Data has a clear value proposition; to inspire, educate and assist our resellers to maximise their full potential with the ultimate goal to delight our customers order-by-order.”

“To me, this is exactly what distribution should be all about.”

Cameron takes on the new role effective immediately as Dicker Data begins the search to find a new Lenovo PCG Business Development Manager. 

Dicker Data's product portfolio comprises of technology vendors including Microsoft, Lenovo, Toshiba, Citrix, Aruba and other tier one global brands.

Currently positioned as one of the leading distributors for several of these vendors in Australia and NZ, Dicker Data has enjoyed continuous growth despite the current economic climate. 

Dicker Data supposedly plans to continue this growth through proactive reseller enablement and expanding upon the success experienced with existing competitive strategies.

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