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Laser appoints New Zealand country manager

Laser appoints New Zealand country manager

IT and consumer electronics accessories company Laser Corporation announced the appointment of a new country manager for New Zealand, Tyler Smith.

According to a statement released by the company, Smith will be responsible for managing all aspects of Laser business in New Zealand.

“We welcome [Smith] to the role...and look forward to seeing the region grow under his leadership,” says Chris Lau, Laser managing director, according to the statement. “His background in IT coupled with his retail and channel experience sets the stage to strengthen and support the business in New Zealand.”

Smith will report to Dina Murphy, sales general manager.

“My role will continue to build on Laser’s strengths of great value and customer service in the region and I intend to uphold these standards,” says Smith in the statement. “I am excited and thankful for the opportunity and look forward to the journey ahead.”

Smith comes to Laser from Ingram Micro where he was a market development manager in the POS and mobility markets, according to his profile on LinkedIn. He also has held positions at Synnex and Softprint.

In February, Reseller News reported that Laser's country manager Debbie Maher had moved over to Ingram Micro where she had been previously employed and currently focuses on the distributor's Lenovo agency.


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