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Insight Enterprises is investing in the lesser-known side of its business, professional and managed services, in New Zealand and globally.

Asia Pacific senior vice president Mike Morgan said the solutions business was largely focused on enterprises and the public sector, delivering expert services to projects across domains including data and artificial intelligence, cloud migration, core systems implementation and software development.

Around 350 of Insight’s 600 staff across the region were in the services side with the rest on the product side.

As reported last month, Insight promoted Evette Thorp to replace Dean Graham as country manager after he took on the role of A/NZ sales director in February.

Graham now leads the company’s technology value added reselling business stream across the region after over a decade as New Zealand country manager, with Thorp as a direct report.

Graham said while Insight was closely associated with Microsoft in the market, it was also delivering products and services from 260-odd other vendors. Where many clients engaged through the Microsoft relationship, they typically then looked to Insight to supply beyond the Microsoft stack as well.

“We’ve actually landed six heads in five months into the professional services side of our business in New Zealand to add to the three we landed in the back end of last year,” he said. “When you are talking a team that has 25, I think, on the ground here that’s a pretty rapid headcount shift.”

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Dean Graham (Insight Enterprises)

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