New Merat area channel head at Dell Technologies

New Merat area channel head at Dell Technologies

Vangelis Lagousakos appointed as new senior channel director for the Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey (Merat) regions by Dell Technologies



Dell Technologies has appointed Vangelis Lagousakos as senior channel director for the Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey (Merat) regions.
According to a company statement, Lagousakos will be responsible for strengthening relationships with channel partners, with a view to developing and enabling a robust partner community using the Dell Partner Program, designed to drive growth and profitability for the whole channel ecosystem.
By providing access to its broad portfolio of solutions and offerings across its strategically aligned businesses, the recently enhanced programme aims to support partners as they deliver transformational solutions to customers. It provides partners with simplified engagement, training and competencies, new badging and expanded opportunities around storage and next-generation cloud solutions to enable the rapid adoption and optimisation of emerging technologies.
Lagousakos is said to be moving from his role as the senior director for sales planning and operations channel for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (Emea) with more than 30 years of experience.
He has worked with Dell Technologies for 17 years in leadership roles across Emea, including a stint as the regional sales director for the UAE and Gulf region from 2015 to 2017. He replaces Havier Haddad, who takes on the role of general manager for the Gulf region.
Spokespersons from Dell Technologies stated that Lagousakos would, as the new channel lead, "continue to develop a cohesive ecosystem to better serve partners in their effort to accelerate their customers' digital transformation, helping them take advantage of all the capabilities that Dell Technologies' family of businesses offers".
Mohammed Amin, Merat's senior vice-president for Dell Technologies, said: "His track record of building relationships and delivering results, will be critical to our growth in the region as we strengthen our focus on enabling our partners to build deep expertise in delivering the full spectrum of our portfolio of solutions."


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