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Phil Presnall returns to the Express Data fold

Phil Presnall returns to the Express Data fold

Phil Presnall has left Netgear after only a year as country manager, returning to Express Data where he was a product manager ten years ago.

Express Data's general manager of sales and marketing, Paul Plester, says Presnall has replaced a product sales manager who has moved to a product management role.

“Express Data prides itself on bringing on young, skilled people with the right attitude," says Plester. "Those young people want to go off and gain different experiences. It’s fantastic that they want to re-join Express Data.”

He says the return of experienced staff helps Express Data and its resellers grow their business.

Presnall is one of three former Express Data employees to come back to the company this year.

Reseller News has been unable to get comment from Netgear’s Australian-based country manager Ryan Parker on whether Presnall will be replaced.


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