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Distribution Central expands NZ team

Distribution Central expands NZ team

Appoints new sales engineer

Distribution Central has appointed Nick O'Sullivan as sales engineer in New Zealand.

O'Sullivan has over 12 years experience in the industry, having previously held roles at IBM, Worldcom and Cisco.

The company says this is part of a growth plan in New Zealand and still has a position to fill in Wellington.

“Nick is going to be an invaluable addition to the Distribution Central New Zealand team, and we’re excited to have him on board,” says Nick Verykios, managing director of Distribution Central. “With Stewart Williams joining late last year, a new internal sales representative starting last week, and now Nick, we’re on track with our growth plans for New Zealand. We also have an account management role to fill in Wellington,” said Verykios.

“After several years experience in a vendor and reseller capacity, I’m keen to apply

my knowledge and experience to DC’s technology portfolio and to support DC’s

channel partners,” says O’Sullivan.

Distribution Central represents a number of brands in New Zealand, namely AccessData, Aruba Networks, Avaya, Crossbeam, Extreme Networks, F5 Networks, Fortinet, HP Enterprise Security, Infoblox, NET, NetScout, Riverbed, Varonis and Xirrus.


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