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Intel A/NZ country manager departs

Intel A/NZ country manager departs

Rajkumar left the business on 3 May

V.R. Rajkumar (Intel)

V.R. Rajkumar (Intel)

V.R. Rajkumar has vacated his role as country manager of Intel across Australia and New Zealand, leaving the tech giant after almost 20 years.

Rajkumar - who assumed management responsibilities in July 2017 - left the business on 3 May, following an internal handover period.

At this stage ARN understands that Rajkumar is currently exploring options and seeking an “exciting opportunity” within the market.

In operating as a channel-centric leader, Rajkumar worked his way up through the ranks at Intel, first running distribution on both sides of the Tasman for five years.

A promotion to channel sales director across A/NZ followed in 2012, before he was appointed as regional sales director in 2016.

Rajkumar took over as country manager in July 2017, following the departure of Kate Burleigh in June 30.


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