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Tandberg expands local presence to Wellington

Tandberg expands local presence to Wellington

Video conferencing provider Tandberg has opened a Wellington office on Lambton Quay, in order to cater for an expanding base of government and private sector customers.

As well, it has appointed Pete Middelplaats as New Zealand account manager based in Wellington. He is responsible for driving sales, working with local partners and managing regional customer relationships. Middelplaats previously worked as a client director at Datacraft.

“I am delighted to be joining Tandberg at a time when organisations are looking at how video conferencing can help drive their adoption of unified communications, while at the same time helping to manage business and operational costs by reducing the need for travel,” he says.

Tandberg first opened offices in Auckland in 2006. The company’s partners include Agile, Canon and IBM.


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