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Lexmark gets new global channel sales head

Sammy Kinlaw has been appointed VP worldwide channel and OEM sales

Lexmark gets new global channel sales head
Kinlaw says he is thrilled to join Lexmark because the company is committed to growth in the commercial channel.

Imaging solutions vendor Lexmark, has said Sammy Kinlaw will join the company as vice president, Worldwide Channel and OEM Sales, effective February 1, 2018.

A proven technology sales leader, Kinlaw has held a number of leadership roles calling on enterprise end users, and the commercial channel.

He spent the last 13 years with Lenovo, most recently as vice president North America Commercial Channel and USA SMB vertical.

"Lexmark is making significant investments in our channel business," said Brock Saladin, Lexmark senior vice president and chief revenue officer. "We are pleased to welcome Sammy, a recognised industry leader, to lead our outstanding team."

Kinlaw said: "I am thrilled to join the Lexmark team. Lexmark is committed to growth in the commercial channel, an area I was able to grow at both IBM and Lenovo."

He added that this strategy, combined with Lexmark's world class products and leadership, made the role a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Kinlaw holds a bachelor's degree in Marketing from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

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