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By | Kelly Fiveash 18th February 2009 11:42

Dell hires new UK channel boss

Gives Paul Harrison the nod

Dell has found a replacement boss to head up its UK channel team after Andy Dow abruptly left the computer vendor last month.

Dell announced it had given Paul Harrison, who has worked at Dell since 2001, the keys to the UK channel boss’s door today.

Earlier this month Dell refused to comment on why Dow, who only joined the company in late 2007, had left the computer maker. It also insisted it remained committed to its British channel commitments.

It reiterated that statement today. Last month Dell moved Greg Davis, its general manager of Americas channel group, into a new global role running the firm’s core channel business. It also gave Emmanuel Mouquet the job of running Dell’s EMEA channel unit. ®

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