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Distie team continues to grow

Distie team continues to grow

Synnex still hunting for more staff

Synnex has announced the appointment of Jono Grey, former product specialist for Kroll Ontrack at Soft Solutions to take on the role of product manager to manage D-Link, Eaton, Kobo and ViewSonic.

According to Synnex country manager Richard Harri, "the role is additional to the team given the promotion of Karyn Robson to the newly created role of Microsoft general manager with the recent appointment of Synnex as the exclusive distributor for Microsoft Xbox and Microsoft Surface in New Zealand".

Jono Cochrane, (who you can read more about on page 22, in the Coffee Break section), has been promoted to the role of Xbox logistic account manager.

The company has been on a hiring spree since the beginning of the year and Harri says he is still looking for three additional staff to support the new business.


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