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Vipin Sharma joins Panduit

Sharma will take on data centre, industrial and enterprise solutions plus channel for Panduit

Vipin Sharma joins Panduit
Sharma has joined Panduit as regional business director.

Vipin Sharma has joined Panduit as regional business director for Network Infrastructure in the Middle East and Africa.

Middle East industry veteran Sharma will look after Data Centre, Enterprise and Industrial market areas and including channel for the infrastructure equipment company.

Sharma joins Panduit from Vertiv, where he was Sales Director - Channel for Middle East and Africa. He is a leading exponent of Middle East channel strategy and implementation, with over 25 years' experience. He joins Panduit EMEA as a member of its senior management team.

Panduit said that the appointment of Sharma is a crucial progression to expand its Middle East and African Channel operations.

Ralph Lolies, Managing Director Panduit EMEA stated: "Vipin's appointment signals the importance of the Middle East market to Panduit as our infrastructure products and capabilities gain acceptance across the region. Vipin's experience offers Panduit immense insight into the potential opportunities that the Middle East offers."

Sharma added: "This is a very exciting time to join Panduit, network infrastructure has become a key technology driver and our world-leading solutions offer significant growth potential to the channel community. I am looking forward to working with Ralph Lolies and the regional team to establish Panduit as the leading standards led physical infrastructure supplier."

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