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Armfield to leave CA

Armfield to leave CA

CA has experienced another high-level resignation in the Australia-New Zealand region, with the announcement today that Tony Armfield, currently managing director of CA Pacific and a former CA New Zealand country manager, is to leave the company. In an announcement from CA today, Armfield is quoted as saying “I have enjoyed managing CA’s considerable interests in this part of the world, but feel it is now time for me to make some changes.”

He goes on to say: “I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my CA Pacific colleagues well for the future, as they take the business to new heights.”

Armfield’s resignation follows that of former CA country manager Stuart Preston, who left for a position at Oracle earlier this year, and Australian-based vice president of channel sales Allan Smith, who left last month.


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