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Revera headcount expands

Revera headcount expands

Infrastructure company and cloud services provider Revera has made three senior appointments.

Steve Coppard has been hired as a business development manager, responsible for growing enterprise customer business in the northern region. Based in Auckland, he was commercial sales manager at Sun Microsystems.

Nigel Pollock has joined as a southern relationship manager. Based in Christchurch, he was most recently VMware business development manager at Datastor. Pollock will be in charge of sales and market development for Revera's South Island customers.

Also based in Christchurch, Daniel Parsons has been appointed pre-sales solutions architect. He will be responsible for solutions design spanning Revera’s VDC (Virtual Data Centre) infrastructure, cloud services platforms and enterprise storage practice. Parsons recently worked at TelstraClear as a network engineer.


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