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Mobile Mentor appoints new MD

Mobile Mentor appoints new MD

Randall Cameron New Zealand headquartered company's Australian push

Enterprise mobility firm, Mobile Mentor, has appointed Randall Cameron as Managing Director for Australia.

Based in Queensland, Cameron will be responsible for growing the New Zealand headquartered company’s business in Australia and supporting customer requirements with a range of services, including mobile strategy and policy consulting, enterprise app development, mobile expense management, mobile managed services and user support and mentoring.

Previously, Cameron was responsible for customer engagement and channel management with Telstra’s mobile managed services partner as the National Sales Director.

Prior, he was the Queensland state manager for IBM business partner Software Traction, Business Development Manager at BlinkMobile Interactive and was National Sales Manager at 3D home design software company, MyVirtualHome.

He has also held regional management and business development management roles for Hummingbird and Retreiver Communications.

Mobile Mentor founder and chief executive, Denis O’Shea, said Cameron brought a distinct industry vision and market development experience that would enable partners and customers to leverage the potential of mobile innovation.

"His experience not just in mobility but across the IT spectrum working in both the information management and digital start-up company sectors, will be a pivotal asset in enabling Mobile Mentor to tap demand in the multi-million dollar enterprise mobility market."

Mobile Mentor was established in New Zealand in 2004 and has had a presence in Australia since 2007.

It offers a suite of services that have evolved to include the whole spectrum of enterprise mobility solutions.

Read more: BlinkMobile and Vodafone win Auckland Council contract

Last year, the company announced a strategic partnership with Citrix to deliver a comprehensive suite of enterprise mobility solutions to corporate and government organisations.

Cameron said he hoped to propel the company's footprint in Australia with a suite of mobility service and solutions using both existing and new emerging technologies.

"The company’s existing experience and market traction will be a great springboard for additional expansion," he said.

"It will provide a strong asset for both private and public sector organisations looking to maximise productivity gains from the company’s mobility innovation and service excellence."

Read more: BlinkMobile enters Europe, eyes US


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