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RSA fills NZ sales position

01 Jun 10

RSA explained that Shephard as joined the ANZ sales team following eight years working with RSA in the UK in both marketing and sales roles.

After only a few weeks of being in the job, Julian Garreffa, recently appointed Information and Security Specialist for NZ, left the company.

“RSA continues to be committed to its business in New Zealand and is in the fortunate position of having a number of very experienced and capable local partners,” the company told The Channel today.

“Express Data, as sole RSA distributor for New Zealand, has continued to make investment in its RSA business and boast a talented and dedicated team of product managers and business development managers to work closely with Partners,” the company added. 
 
Shephard will be assisting the RSA Channel in New Zealand to develop more business across all product lines. Based out of Sydney, he will be travelling to the region frequently.

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