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Service provider Venn IT Solutions has appointed Ashley Diffey as general manager for Victoria, heading the company's new Melbourne branch office.

"Ashley joins Venn IT Solutions at an exciting time in our company's growth and one where we face a robust market opportunity driven by organisations focused on super charging innovation, customer experiences and new revenue channels," said managing director Geoff Hughes.

"Ashley's skills and experience will be a great advantage to our customer base as we sign new business and continue to build out our overall services and solutions offering in the market."

Diffey has more than 15 years' experience in the IT industry, most recently as channel manager at F5 Networks.

He previously worked for Commvault in various positions, including ANZ director of channel sales and southern region channel sales manager.

Earlier in his career, Diffey held sales and account management positions at Weston Group, Broadreach Services, Telstra, Premier Global Services and other organisations.

In related news, Venn IT Solutions has moved its headquarters to larger premises in Bowen Hills (Brisbane) to make provision for future growth.

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