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​Ingram Micro recruits ex-Westcon unified comms expert to lead NZ division

​Ingram Micro recruits ex-Westcon unified comms expert to lead NZ division

Distributor welcomes unified communications specialist into Kiwi ranks.

Ingram Micro has appointed Dan Meadows as Business Manager in New Zealand, tapping into his strong distribution roots to lead the company’s Unified Communications business.

In vacating his current role as Channel Manager of NEC, Meadows was previously Vendor Business Manager - Unified Communications & Collaboration at Westcon-Comstor in New Zealand, running the Avaya, Jabra, Audio Codes and Aruba Networks businesses across the country.

“As the Business Manager for Unified Communications I will be leveraging Ingram Micro's extensive portfolio of vendors to build and deliver innovative UC&C solutions to the end user community via our reseller channel,” Meadow’s LinkedIn profile states.

“These solutions will allow end users to truly realise the business value and true benefits of their Unified Communications platform whether it be on premise, managed service or cloud based.”

In New Zealand, Ingram Micro’s portfolio consists of Aruba Networks, Cisco, Jabra, Levelone and Yealink among others.

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