Anittel anoints national sales boss

By David Binning on Jun 28, 2012 3:34 PM
Filed under Services

New role to drive regional and metro growth.

CRN Fast50 champion Anittel today announced the appointment of Michael Cook as its national sales manager, based in Perth.

The company said the new role was created to help it better manage and drive growth in national both regional and metropolitan centres.

“I am joining Anittel at a tremendously exciting time,” Cook said.

“We have a compelling solution suite which encompasses end to end IT and telecommunications. We aim to continue to provide this value to our clients and extend them to new clients across Australia."

Cook has over 35 years experience working in the Australian IT industry, including a stint with Kaz Computing, the IT services firm created by Anittel boss Peter Kazacos and later sold to Telstra.

“We are privileged to have somebody of Mick’s calibre joining Anittel, having previous worked with Mick at Kaz I’m confident he will be successful in his new role” Kazacos said.

 
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