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D-Link Announces Head Of Business Solutions

D-Link has appointed Phil Tarbox as National Sales Manager – Business Solutions as part of the company’s commitment to expanding resources and offerings to businesses in Australia and New Zealand.

With 20 years of ICT experience specialising in networking, printing and display technologies, Tarbox is tasked with driving D-Link’s growth in the Business Solutions space and leading the D-Link Solutions team nationally.

“Phil brings to the D-Link business a successful track record of engaging with Channel Partners to add value, maximise their profitability, as well as working tirelessly in supporting them, across a number of years,” D-Link ANZ MD Graeme Reardon said.

D-Link National Sales Manager – Business Solutions, Phil Tarbox.

“With an ever-expanding set of products and solutions that meet the specific needs of Business customers via our Channel Partner ecosystem, I’m excited to be able to create this new role to have Phil lead the D-Link Business Solutions team to help continue our ongoing growth across the wider D-Link ANZ business in the region.”

Tarbox rejoins D-Link after spending four years in various roles at Xirrus Wi-Fi Networks, including Regional Sales Director – Australia and New Zealand, and prior to that was Channel Manager for Netgear’s commercial business unit.

“I’m delighted to be joining D-Link ANZ at such an exciting time when they are investing heavily in the Business Solutions space,” Tarbox said.

“This division has experienced double-digit growth year-on-year for several years now and continues to represent an ever-growing part of D-Link’s overall business. I’m excited about the opportunities that the Business Solutions team, as well as the D-Link ANZ organisation as a whole, has in front of us.”

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