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Dell Technologies has appointed Mark Fioretto as the Dell EMC enterprise lead for Australia and New Zealand, and Angela Fox as Dell EMC commercial lead for ANZ.

The appointments will be effective from February 2017.

Fioretto has served as EMC's general manager of service providers, systems integrators and alliances for the last 2½ years.

He will report to Dell EMC APJ enterprise business president David Webster, who previously in the same position at EMC.

"This is an exciting new chapter, not just for our company but for the whole ANZ technology industry. The fourth industrial revolution is here, and digital transformation has become essential for all businesses across Australia and New Zealand," said Fioretto.

"There is an unprecedented opportunity for companies that successfully transform their IT. The combined Dell EMC team will provide unprecedented technology and support to customers embarking on their digital transformation."

Fox has been working for Dell since 2007, and has held a number of senior roles including leading the APJ enterprise and services businesses, and managing director of Dell ANZ.

She will report to Dell EMC APJ commercial business president Amit Midha.

"The combination of Dell and EMC will create new opportunities and choices for our customers and partners. Both companies have had long, successful histories in Australia and New Zealand, and with ANZ recognised as a mature market, it is poised to take full advantage of Dell Technologies unique set of solutions to help customers along their path of digital transformation," said Fox.

"The Dell EMC advantage is not just about IT, it's about digital transformation, using technology to enable technological and human progress, and the creation of new operating models, opportunities and value. But nothing is possible without our customers and partners and we will maintain 100 per cent focus on providing them an exceptional experience."

Dell EMC expects the internal structures and processes of Dell and EMC to be combined by February 2017.


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