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Tandberg reinforces commitment to channel

02 Dec 09

Tandberg channel partners will benefit from added attention with the promotion of Adam Britten as Asia Pacific Channel Director.
Britten joined Tandberg in 2006 as the Australia and New Zealand Channel Manager.
During his time with the company he has been instrumental in the development of a two tier model which culminated in the appointment of Express Data as Tandberg’s distributor for Australia and New Zealand.

In his new Sydney-based role, Britten will assume overall responsibility for developing and driving Tandberg’s channel program within Asia Pacific.

Lars Rønning, Tandberg President Asia Pacific (excluding China and Japan) says the company aims to aggressively expand its regional channel support, and Britten’s promotion will help the company achieve this goal.
"Adam Britten brings valuable industry and company experience to this new position and he will play an integral role in supporting the channel engine as it deploys Tandberg’s offerings to organisations around the region.”



 

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