Chad cuts telecoms excise duty to bolster internet

Chad's plan to
grow internet

Country cuts telecoms excise duty.

ITWeb Africa

Monday, Jan 20th

HPE South Africa appoints new MD

HPE SA appoints new MD

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) South Africa has appointed President Ntuli as the company's MD.

In a brief statement, the company explained that prior to joining HPE SA, Ntuli held the position of Regional Executive Sales at Dimension Data MEA.

He was responsible for driving the company's GTM sales and execution of its strategy across their brands including Britehouse, Advanced Infrastructure and Dimension Data System Integration.

"He is not a stranger to HPE, as he spent more than 6 years at the company prior to joining Dimension Data, leading the HPE (then HP) Servers' Business Unit and in various sales manager roles. President has over 18 years' experience in IT and brings with him a wealth of expertise covering general management and leadership, solving complex customer situations through consulting led engagements, local industry knowledge, finance and auditing expertise and an understanding of commercial value proposition and much more!,'" reads the HPE SA statement.

As MD and Sales Office Lead for HPE South Africa, President will be responsible for overseeing a broad hardware, software and services portfolio, driving further growth and maintaining high levels of customer and partner satisfaction.

He will also be accountable for fostering strong employee engagement and lead initiatives aligned with the RSA Legendary plan, according to HPE SA.

ALSO ON ITWEB AFRICA

Nutanix appoints Thomas Rollin as Director Global Accounts EMEA Published on 08 January 2020

Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, has appointed Thomas Rollin as Director Global Accounts for its EMEA region.

Tanzania extends biometric SIM card registration deadline Published on 06 January 2020

President declares 20 January 2020 as the new deadline, but vows it will be the last extension.

Africa's chance to shine at UK-Africa Summit 2020 Published on 13 January 2020

Twenty-one heads of state from the continent are expected at the investment-focused event on 20 January 2020.