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SnapperNet Strengthens Support for Channel

SnapperNet Strengthens Support for Channel with New Appointment

Dale Campbell appointed as Business Relationship Manager to create new opportunities for sales growth

AUCKLAND, Tuesday 15th July 2014 – SnapperNet, the data communication products distributor for IT service providers, has reaffirmed its commitment to its channel partners with the announcement of Dale Campbell as Business Relationship Manager. In this role she will be responsible, in conjunction with the Managing Director Richard Paul, for all aspects of customer relationships and business generation.

Dale Campbell’s history
• VST NZ Limited – Account Manager & General Manager
• Simms / Express Online – Business Development Manager
• Sektor Distributors – Tablet & Mobility Business Development Manager
Campbell has more than 17 years’ experience in the IT Industry in various Sales, Marketing and Management roles. Campbell’s experience establishing and strengthening relationships with a range of different people in the industry, from vendors to resellers to end users, will be a critical part of her new role at SnapperNet.

“Dale has extensive experience in the industry,” says Paul. “Her ability to build new relationships with vendors, resellers and customers, as well as strengthening existing ones, will be a huge asset for SnapperNet.”

Campbell says that it was SnapperNet’s philosophy of supporting and pro-actively assisting resellers to achieve their objectives that drew her to the company. “I have heard nothing but praise for Richard, and his team, as a distributor who operates with honesty and integrity and for the mutual benefit of all parties,” says Campbell.

Campbell’s track record shows that she is passionate about building strong business relationships and supporting the local economy and New Zealand business.

If not involved in IT, Campbell would be focused on a very different industry in the health and wellbeing space as she is a qualified massage therapist.

ENDS

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