September 25, 2017

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Papp leaves Hungary for Microsoft APAC role

Vendor giant Microsoft has appointed István Papp as VP for sales, marketing and services in Asia Pacific (APAC). In his new role, Papp will lead regional business operations for Microsoft in APAC, which now spans over 13,500 employees and 100,000 Microsoft partners across 12 subsidiaries. Papp joins Microsoft APAC after four years as the general manager of Microsoft Hungary. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 14 July 2015

Fitbit enters Indian market

Smart fitness device brand Fitbit has made its official debut in the Indian market, launching a range of products through an exclusive tie-up with e-tailer Amazon’s Indian operation. Fitbit products can be ordered now through Amazon India, which will be the exclusive channel for two months. Fitbit will then add additional retail partners and expand its channel reach. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 14 July 2015

Nojima boosts stake in Vietnam’s Tran Anh

Japan-based Nojima Electronics has boosted its shareholding in Vietnamese technology and consumer electronics retailer Tran Anh Digital World JSC. Nojima recently snapped up another 3.7 million shares in the retailer from the Aureos Southeast Asia Fund. The deal represented a 21% stake in Tran Anh and boosted Nojima’s overall shareholding to just under 31%. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 10 July 2015

Microsoft appoints Beaulieu as SMS&P lead for APAC

Vendor giant Microsoft has appointed Valerie Beaulieu as its general manager for small and midmarket solutions and partners (SMS&P) in Asia Pacific (APAC). Beaulieu will be responsible for developing the company’s SMB offerings for APAC. She will also be driving overall channel engagement for the Microsoft partner community, which is key in expanding the company’s reach in the region as more than 95% of Microsoft’s business is done through partners in Asia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 10 July 2015

Huawei targets retail channel for smartphone sales in India

Device vendor Huawei will utilise India’s expansive retail channels to boost sales of four smartphone models, which the company is launching in the country. P Sanjeev, sales director devices business at Huawei India, said: "To reach out to our consumers in key markets, the Huawei range will be available through a strong distribution network in offline retail beginning with a 1000 stores rollout in the next 4-8 weeks.” Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 10 July 2015

Wearables gain momentum in Australia

Research house GfK’s most recent analysis of the ICT, telecoms and consumer electronics market in Australia indicates that the total market value hit US$3.7 billion in the first quarter of 2015 – up 9.2% year-on-year. The value of the telecoms segment rocketed 25% year-on-year to US$1.05 billion, driven by strong demand for smartphones and wearables. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 9 July 2015

Lenovo rejigs Indian management

Vendor giant Lenovo has rejigged its executive line-up in India, appointing Rahul Agarwal as the managing director for its India operations. Agarwal succeeds Amar Babu, who has been promoted to the role of COO at Lenovo, Asia Pacific and Chairman of Lenovo India. In his new role, Agarwal will help drive Lenovo’s diversification beyond PCs into the world of smart connected devices. India plays a key role in this transformation and is an extremely critical market for Lenovo, according to the vendor. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 9 July 2015

Huawei targets consumer networking market in India

Fast-growing Huawei is launching its new range of broadband networking devices for home and small office home office (SOHO) users in India. The company hopes to grab 40% market share in the broadband networking segment. Allen Wang, president of consumer business group at Huawei India, said: “Currently India is trailing behind other South Asian countries in broadband connections and as a leading ICT player in the market, we aim to support this with our latest offerings.” Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 8 July 2015

Oppo announces exclusive Dick Smith deal in Australia

Mobile phone brand Oppo has announced an exclusive mass retail partnership with Australian technology retail colossus Dick Smith. The deal will see Oppo’s full range of handsets and accessories available for purchase from nearly 400 Dick Smith outlets nationwide from July 14th. The latest OPPO products, the R7 and R7 Plus, will be sold at Dick Smith. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 8 July 2015

iBox opens new outlet in Indonesia

iBox, the leading Apple Premium Reseller (APR) in Indonesia, recently opened a new store in Bandung, West Java. The new store, located in Bandung Electronic Centre (BEC), is the third iBox in the city, joining existing branches in Dago and Palace Plaza. In total, iBox operates more than 40 outlets across Indonesia as well as multiple Apple service centres. iBox is a business unit of Erajaya Group. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 7 July 2015

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