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​Steve Victor exits OneNet for MYOB

​Steve Victor exits OneNet for MYOB

Cloud computing expert heads up software provider’s ERP sales division across New Zealand.

MYOB has appointed Steve Victor as New Zealand Sales Manager of enterprise resource planning (ERP) products, with the industry stalwart departing OneNet.

Reseller News can confirm that Victor will take charge of the software provider’s ERP portfolio, comprising of MYOB Advanced, EXO and the newly acquired Greentree.

“Steve brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role and is highly regarded amongst the New Zealand tech community,” MYOB General Manager of Enterprise Solutions, Carolyn Luey, said.

“He will be a huge asset to the team as we continue to invest in and expand our enterprise solutions.

“Since MYOB Advanced launched two years ago, sales have grown at 170 per cent year on year.

“Now with the addition of Advanced People, Steve and his team will be able to offer even more value to our larger business clients.”

Victor brings over 20 years of experience in the local technology sector, most recently as National Sales Manager for OneNet.

“MYOB’s investment in technology and dedication to the local market is truly impressive and its cloud offering is second-to-none,” Victor told Reseller News.

“Any business looking to grow should be with MYOB as our services can scale with the business.”

Over the last several years, MYOB has expanded its presence in the mid-market sector, with investments in a number of local companies, including the $28.5 million acquisition of Auckland-based ERP provider, Greentree, in 2016 and the investment in Christchurch-headquartered PayGlobal in 2014.


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