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Pitney Bowes appoints new GM

Pitney Bowes appoints new GM

Former GM James Murphy takes up managing director promotion in Australia

Misti Landtroop has been appointed country general manager of Pitney Bowes New Zealand, following James Murphy's promotion to managing director of the company's Australian division.

Prior to joining Pitney Bowes, Landtroop spent ten years working for Microsoft in the US and New Zealand, where she was most recently director of Small, Midmarket Solutions & Partners.

“Misti brings a tremendous depth and breadth of knowledge and experience to the business and her global experience across the IT sector will be a tremendous asset to the New Zealand team," says Eric Yves-Mahe, president of Pitney Bowes Growth Markets. “Her focus on customers and partners is well-recognised in the local IT industry and aligns perfectly with Pitney Bowes’ long-term commitment to building strong, mutually-beneficial business relationships.”


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