VAR Eurodata Systems has appointed managed services veteran George Georgiou as sales director.
Georgiou has worked in the industry for 15 years and has served at a number of managed service providers. His career to date has seen him predominantly address the mid-market and the enterprise space.
The North London-based reseller has tasked him with heading up its expanded sales force and growing the firm's professional services business. Having bought security and software VAR Transam in October, Eurodata said effectively integrating the two companies' portfolios would be a key part of Georgiou's job over the coming months.
Eurodata co-founder Des Lekerman said: “George brings a wealth of experience to Eurodata at a time when we have seen impressive growth, but where we also see a tremendous opportunity to take the business to the next level."
Georgiou added: “I am delighted to be joining Eurodata at such an exciting time in the development of the business. We have a great reputation on which to build future success, the right message for the market and the technical capabilities to deliver an exceptional service.”
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