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Mobile Mentor appoints NZ MD

Mobile Mentor appoints NZ MD

Andrew Button will take up his new role in April.

Enterprise mobility provider, Mobile Mentor, has appointed Andrew Button as managing director for New Zealand.

According to the company, Button has more than 20 years’ experience in the mobile industry and has held senior executive positions in mobile businesses in New Zealand, Singapore and the USA, including being country director NZ for Nokia Solutions and Networks.

Button will take up his new role in April.

Denis O’Shea, founder and CEO of Mobile Mentor, said Button’s appointment is part of his long-term growth strategy for the business.

“Andrew is hugely experienced, and a consummate professional, with a deep knowledge of the mobile market. I’m thrilled he’s agreed to join us, and having him on board in NZ will mean I can focus on the growth of our business in Australia.”

Button said, “I’m totally passionate about mobile technology – that’s what’s kept me in this industry for the last couple of decades. And this role at Mobile Mentor will allow me to get closer to enterprise customers, and understand their challenges and opportunities – which I love doing.”

“We’re all about partnering with enterprises to help them through the entire process, from planning the strategy and deploying infrastructure and management systems, to building and deploying applications, to reaping the benefits at the other end.

“For me seeing those benefits realised, seeing the amazing outcomes we can deliver for companies and people – and just how liberating these technologies can be can be for them - that is tremendously satisfying,” Button added.

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