Micro-P is to redeploy commercial director Phil Brown as its new B2B director, with a brief to drive forward the distributor’s B2B customer, vendor and sales proposition.
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Brown joined Micro-P early in 2011 after a short stint as general manager of Asus’s notebook division.
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His new role will be centred on addressing and meeting the needs of Micro-P’s core IT and specialist resellers, as well as ensuring that the firm’s channel strategy is consistently executed and developed to capitalise on new customer opportunities.
Brown said, “In this new challenge, I will ensure that Micro-P’s reseller partners are fighting fit for the future.
“Micro-P has always been led by the principles of strong customer relationships and I will continue to ensure that we exceed our customers’ needs to drive our combined growth and success.”
Paul Bryan, Managing Director at Micro-P, added, “Since being with Micro-P, Phil has consistently demonstrated his ability to drive vendor strategy and relationships, enabling us to fulfil our aggressive growth plans. He’s in a perfect position to take a holistic view of our proposition to the channel and prepare Micro-P and its reseller partners for future expansion.”
Market making appointment for tablet vendor Wacom
Separately, Micro-P has also announced it is to extend the range of tablets it offers through the channel after signing up to distribute hardware from premium tablet PC and stylus manufacturer Wacom.
Well known in the wider world for a range of drawing tablets beloved of graphic designers, web cartoonists and other artists, Wacom also has a strong presence in the business and education sectors, selling digital document management solutions and other digital interface hardware and software lines.
The Japan-headquartered firm has tasked Micro-P with broadening its reach into the UK through VARs, and expanding its customer base by creating new market demand and revenue streams.
It said it had picked the DCC-owned distie thanks to its track record of successfully accomplishing this for a number of other vendors.
Chris Van Roosmalen, general sales manager, UK & BeNeLux at Wacom said: “Micro-P has turned brand after brand in to a UK sales success story. With the company’s unmatched skill set, knowledgeable staff and warehouse and logistics expertise, we have no doubt that Micro-P will play a fundamental part in bringing sales of Wacom’s solutions alive through a series of well-considered, well-timed and well-targeted sales campaigns and initiatives.”
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