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Tandberg makes senior NZ appointment

12 Mar 10

In what the company calls a senior New Zealand appointment, Dominic Stevens has been appointed Product and Sales Engineer.

Stevens (pictured) will be based in Wellington and joins Tandberg with 20 years experience in the IT industry. Most recently, Stevens was Senior Test Analyst for Gen-i where he worked on VoIP transition projects for both private and public sector clients.

Before that he spent five years running his own Australian-based consultancy specialising in IT security, VoIP services and training. Stevens is also a certified Cisco instructor, a certified Novell engineer, and a qualified Microsoft trainer.

In February Tandberg launched a new ANZ partner program in order to strengthen the relationship with its partner community and offer differentiated areas of specialisation.

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