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Harrington swaps Simms for Integral Axon

13 Jan 11

Michele Harrington made the move from General Manager Peripherals at Renaissance to Simms in August last year as General Manager, Peripherals.

At the time Harrington, said, “It’s great to see a distributor with a total focus on doing business through the reseller channel. I am looking forward to working with the Simms team in bringing new products to market”.

Speaking to The Channel this morning, Simms International’s Managing Director, Paul Johnston, confirmed that Harrington had left the business.

“Michele left for personal reasons and while we were very sorry to see her go, we respect her decision and her request for privacy,” he said.

The Channel understands that Harrington has secured a position as head of procurement for major systems integrator, Integral Axon.

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