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Change to the fore at first CompTIA ANZ Channel Community meeting

06 Aug 15

Industry association CompTIA has announced its lineup for its first ANZ Channel Community meeting, with Finsure Finance and Insurance co-founder and managing director, John Kolenda, providing the keynote.

Kolenda will be speaking about the changing customer dynamic, the changing IT landscape and the challenges and opportunities it presents.

CompTIA launched its ANZ channel community, for technology resellers, solution providers, distributors, vendors and channel associates, earlier this year.

The non-profit association is initially focusing on helping solution providers transition their current businesses to alternate emerging pathways, such as new service delivery models, new economic business models and new distribution models.

The first meeting – on 18 August at Sydney’s Sheraton on the Park –  will also include a presentation from Channel Dynamics’ Moheb Moses, who is also community staff leader for CompTIA, on the changing business technology landscape to assist small-to-medium business leaders align their organisations with new market realities.

Registration is free for all IT resellers, solution providers, distributors, vendors and channel associates.

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