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UltraServe appoints new channel manager

Hosting and Managed Service Provider, UltraServe, has appointed 15-year industry veteran, Michael Crocombe, as its new Channel Manager.

UltraServe CEO, Samuel Yeats, said the company recognised the important role the channel had in its industry and had taken the step to hire Crocombe to grow and support its reseller and distributor channel across Australia.

“Michael’s channel experience is vital in expanding our footprint with this tight-knit community.  He has great experience not only with managing various channels, but also direct sales experience, making him a well-rounded and welcome addition to our team.”

Crocombe previously worked in channel management and sales with distributor organisations such as MPA Systems, Trackitonline and Infotronics.

{loadpostion peter}“I look forward to growing UltraServe’s footprint with the Australian channel community.  My strength lies in persistence and determination in developing opportunities, and managing channel relationships to ensure a win-win situation is achieved for everyone,” Crocombe said.


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