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Simms makes second appointment to peripherals business

Simms makes second appointment to peripherals business

Distributor Simms International has appointed Samuel Taylor as business development manager for peripherals, beginning 6 September.

Taylor was most recently a peripherals product specialist at Renaissance, and follows Michele Harrington, Renaissance's former general manager of peripherals, to Simms.

Simms' peripherals business development manager role is newly-created, and will centre around the development of vendor and channel relationships for peripherals sales.

“It’s great to see a distributor with a total focus on doing business through the reseller channel," says Taylor. "I am looking forward to working with the Simms team in bringing new products to market”.


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