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Debbie Maher swaps Ingram Micro for Laser

Debbie Maher swaps Ingram Micro for Laser

Former Ingram Micro Microsoft business manager Debbie Maher has been appointed Laser Corporation’s new country manager.

She replaces Luke Johnson who left the company in June to join distributor Cellnet.

Maher plans to direct Laser’s strategy and operation, identify opportunities, expand customer relationships, and accelerate its growth rate in the region.

Before joining Ingram Micro, Maher was channel manager for Axiz, a South African IT distributor.

Laser Australia managing director Chris Lau says her knowledge and skill set will compliment the success the company has had in Australia.


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