TPG Telecom channel chief Kyle Bunting has left to join Lenovo Data Centre Group after a four-year stint with the telco.
Bunting has assumed the role of head of enterprise sales for Australia and New Zealand, replacing Shayne Harris, who moved to Lenovo’s device-as-a-service division.
“There’s a significant demand for hyperconverged infrastructure solutions among enterprises, and I’m thrilled to be joining Lenovo DCG, who are well-positioned to deliver tailored solutions as a trusted advisor,” Bunting said in a statement.
“Lenovo DCG is in a unique position to address current and future needs of customers, not just because of our fantastic partner ecosystem and highly experienced team, but also because we are able to be agnostic with respect to the platforms and technologies.”
Bunting left TPG in April after four years as head of channel, alliances and dealers, where he managed both TPG and AAPT's channel sales businesses in Australia.
Prior to that, he worked for Dell Technologies for 12 years in both Australia and the United States, last holding the role of APAC cloud services director.
“Kyle joins the business at an exciting time. We’re growing our business significantly in this region, and are invested in our channel-first strategy to supporting enterprises throughout their intelligent transformation journeys,” Lenovo DCG ANZ general manager Nathan Knight said.
“Kyle’s extensive experience has enabled him to hit the ground running already, and customers can expect to meet him shortly if they haven’t already.”