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Matthieu Destot joins Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

Matthieu Destot joins Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

Fills Asia-Pacific vice president of sales role

Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has announced the appointment of Matthieu Destot as Asia-Pacific vice-president of sales.

Destot is in charge of growing the business in Asia-Pacific, a region the hardware vendor describes as a key growth market.

Previously, Destot was vice-president of enterprise sales for France. The firm said his efforts were critical in expanding the business, deepening the relationships with Alcatel-Lucent enterprise’s key partners for both communications and networking.

Destot is also credited with kick-starting business activities in OpenTouch and Cloud.

Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise senior vice-president, global sales and marketing, Jan Zuurbier, said the firm was glad to have Destot on board.

“His experience will be an invaluable contribution and we look forward to working with him in delivering the industry’s best network and communication solutions to businesses in the region.”

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