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Global Sales VP leaves as SLI Systems completes sales leadership transition

Global Sales VP leaves as SLI Systems completes sales leadership transition

Kiwi created SLI Systems has completed its planned sales leadership reshuffle, leading to the departure of the Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development.

Kiwi created SLI Systems has completed its planned sales leadership reshuffle, leading to the departure of Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development Ed Hoffman.

With offices in Christchurch, San Jose, London, Tokyo and Melbourne, the worldwide e-commerce provider reports that Chief Revenue Office and President of North America Neil Thomas, who joined the company in December, has now assumed full responsibility for all sales and business development personnel, strategy, and operations on an ongoing basis.

This shift accompanies the departure of Hoffman, who is leaving the company to pursue other interests.

“This move completes the sales leadership transition that we began last year by appointing Neil to his position,” says Shaun Ryan, CEO, SLI Systems.

“We are grateful to Ed for his contribution to SLI’s growth and customer satisfaction since 2003, and we wish him well in his future endeavours.”


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