3Com rejigs its sales and support in APAC

Jul 13, 2007 1:04 PM
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Infrastructure vendor 3Com Corporation has unified its sales and support organisation for the Asia-Pacific region (APR),

Infrastructure vendor 3Com Corporation has unified its sales and support organisation for the Asia-Pacific region (APR), following the integration of 3Com and H3C Technologies.

The combined 3Com and H3C sales and marketing organisations are now one team with an integrated go-to-market strategy and a broader product portfolio in the region.

Peter Chai, vice president & general manager Asia Pacific at 3Com Corp said by combining the two organisations customers and partners now have access to a more expansive portfolio of low-cost, high-quality secure, converged networking solutions.

“Additionally, we intend to fully leverage H3C’s research and development capabilities to help us create new, innovative products and deliver them to the enterprise and service provider markets faster than the competition,” said Chai.

Moving forward, 3Com will look to combine systems in the region, as appropriate, in order to streamline processes and promote operational efficiency.

The new country management team created to support the Asia-Pacific operations includes Jason Xie, who will be the country manager for Australia and New Zealand.

 
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