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Nehemia joins HP to solidify Gen-i partnership

Nehemia joins HP to solidify Gen-i partnership

Former Toshiba business development manager Alan Nehemia has traded one vendor for another, becoming HP’s partner relationship manager for Gen-i.

Nehemia was contacted for an interview, but a spokeswoman from HP declined the request, saying he was not yet an official spokesperson.

Nehemia was previously responsible for Toshiba’s tier one partners, including Gen-i. During his three years at Toshiba, he helped the company become the first local notebook company to be certified on Telecom’s XT 3G network.

Prior to joining Toshiba, Nehemia was a channel manager at HP distributor Exeed for four years.

He also worked at Tech Pacific, now Ingram Micro, from 1998 to 2002.

In a 2008 interview with Reseller News, Nehemia said he enjoyed establishing rapport with customers and resellers in the industry.

“The majority of people like it and it’s important to me people I work with in a business capacity become friends. It’s a little less formal and not only about the business, but also what’s important to each individual person,”he said then.


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