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September 12, 2023
Dell Technologies has appointed company veteran Alexandre Brousse as its new EMEA channel lead.
Brousse has been with Dell for 18 years, most recently leading channel sales for Western Europe. He succeeds Anwar Dahab, who the tech giant appointed to lead Dell in France.
Brousse takes up the new post from Oct. 1. In a statement, Dell said he will work with Dell’s EMEA channel team to deliver “a customer-centric and partner-empowered ecosystem that drives growth and innovation in the region.”
Dell’s Alexandre Brousse
“Partners are essential to our success,” said Brousse. “When we work hand-in-hand with partners, we move faster, spur progress and deliver strong outcomes to our customers.”
The exec said he was excited for the opportunity “to accelerate partner momentum and look forward to building even stronger relationships with our partners in region.”
Here’s our list of channel people on the move in August.
Diego Majdalani, Dell’s president, global channel sales, said both appointments demonstrated the firm’s “commitment to growth.” He said they created “market opportunities for both our customers and partners.”
Dell’s Anwar Dahab
“Alexandre Brousse is a highly experienced, respected leader and will be an asset to my leadership team and our broader EMEA partner ecosystem,” he said.
He added that Dahab “brings a great channel perspective, relationships, and a deep understanding of the French market to his new role.”
The change in EMEA channel leadership isn’t the only change at Dell recently. The vendor last month said it was adopting a partner-first model. While the move was welcomed by Dell partners, it has been greeted with scepticism by rivals.
Contributing Editor, Channel Futures
Christine Horton writes about all kinds of technology from a business perspective. Specializing in the IT sales channel, she is a former editor and now regular contributor to leading channel and business publications. She has a particular focus on EMEA for Channel Futures.
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