Palm hands Nahman EMEA director role

Mobile computing vendor Palm has promoted Philippe Nahman to the position of director for handheld and mobile manager activities across the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  August 6, 2005

Mobile computing vendor Palm has promoted Philippe Nahman to the position of director for handheld and mobile manager activities across the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Nahman takes on the new role in addition to his existing responsibilities as regional director for France and Benelux. Nahman, 40, has been regional director since 2004, responsible for implementing Palm’s development strategy and sales policy in France and Benelux. His new responsibilities include the coordination and development of handheld and mobile manager activities across EMEA. Nahman joined Palm when it was part of US Robotics in 1997 as business development manager for France. Nahman began his career as a consulting engineer at Asystel Diffusion. In 1990, he joined software house Claris as a sales engineer, where he later became sales director for France. In 1996, he took on the role of sales and marketing director at Artisoft’s French division. Palm’s product portfolio includes Treo smartphones, LifeDrive mobile managers and handheld computers under the Tungsten and Zire brands as well as related software and accessories. The vendor sells through a number of channel including wireless operators, reseller, retailers and online stores.

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