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Ingram Micro swoops for channel trio

03 Apr 13

Ingram Micro has fended off competition from rival companies to recruit three new staff members within the ANZ region.

The company, which lost Desmond Ling in February, has appointed Rachel McBeth, Warren Tuck and Steve Laurence, effective immediately.

“We’re thrilled to have Rachel, Warren and Steve joining us," said Gary Bigwood, managing director NZ, Ingram Micro.

"They’re all extremely capable, bring a wealth of expertise from across the channel spectrum and will be a very welcome addition to the team.

“Needless to say, there was strong competition from other companies looking to acquire their services, and I’m very pleased they’ve elected to join Ingram Micro."

Appointed the role of senior business manager HP (PSG & EG) and Microsoft, McBeth returns to the company following eight years at Tech Pacific.

With 30 years in the industry, Tuck becomes the company's new market development manager for IBM, while Laurence joins the ranks as the new business development manager for Cisco, following 25 years experience.

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