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Datacraft and Integral Axon to rebrand as Dimension Data

Datacraft and Integral Axon to rebrand as Dimension Data

Datacraft and Integral Axon will be rebranding to Dimension Data later this year, following Datacraft’s acquisition of Integral Axon.

Datacraft has also bolstered its procurement team with three recent appointments. Michele Harrington moved from Simms to take up the role of procurement services manager, while former Newmarket Security sales manager Adam Platt is the new business development specialist. Geoff Talbot, who previously worked for Acquire as business relationship manager, has been appointed sales specialist (procurement).

“We are serious about building a strong Supply Chain team to offer improved procurement support to our clients. Procurement services have always been a strength of Axon’s but our integration with Datacraft has given us the scale to fast forward our capability in this space. We are delighted to be able to attract the best people in the industry. We are confident that we can improve the turnaround, accuracy and relevance of the procurement support we offer to clients,” says Simon Goode, Datacraft’s general manager of supply chain and alliances.

The acquisition of Integral Axon was completed on 3 November 2010 and the rebranding to Dimension Data is expected to happen this year.


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