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Simms International signs on BDM

03 Feb 10

After the company's recent announcement that Simms International will distribute Dell SMB products and services in New Zealand, the company has today announced its Business Development Manager. 

The New Zealand company has appointed Benjamin Kwan as Business Development Manager, where his primary role will be focusing on Dell solutions for the SMB market. 

Kwan has more than 17 years of experience in the channel and business development roles and was most recently the Lenovo Market Development Manager at Ingram Micro. 

Kwan said he is excited to be putting his experience to use at Simms by driving sales of Dell products. Simms International Managing Director Paul Johnston said the company is looking forward to having Kwan on board. 

“Ben [Kwan] has an excellent reputation in the industry and his knowledge of the SMB market will be invaluable to Simms as we develop the reseller channel for Dell products in New Zealand,” Johnston said. 

Simms International recently announced its appointment as a distributor for Dell SMB products. 

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