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Arise, vice president!

In a move that is supposed to increase internal efficiencies and reflect its current market focus, STME has promoted some of its regional staff and created two new senior management positions.

In a move that is supposed to increase internal efficiencies and reflect its current market focus, STME has promoted some of its regional staff and created two new senior management positions. Through the issuing of new job titles, STME intends to increase its customer service and support efforts.In the UAE, Andrew Calthorpe has been given the impressive moniker of corporate vice president —sales and becomes a member of STME’s board of directors while Ancel Fernandes becomes executive vice president — marketing & audit. Brian Heade also becomes an executive vice president in the area of support services while Julia Bill assumes the role of executive vice president and chief financial officer.“As the Middle East’s demand for enterprise storage has experienced a massive increase, STME as an organisation has recorded a phenomenal 642% growth over the last 5 years. STME’s new corporate restructuring enables us to better meet the region’s growing need for enterprise storage with an efficient, professional and service-focused strategy,” said Trevor Hutson, now president and chief operating officer (COO) for STME.

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