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Jenne Names Fabozzi U.S. Sales VP

May 09, 2011 - News

Value-added distributor Jenne Inc. has appointed channel veteran Ken Fabozzi to its newly created position of vice president of U.S. sales. Fabozzi will report directly to EVP of sales and marketing, Dean Jenne. Fabozzi will be responsible for leading and developing Jenne’s regional and inside sales teams across the U.S.

"We are pleased to have Ken join Jenne's highly motivated sales team as we look to continue and expand our growth," said Dean Jenne. "Ken brings an excellent combination of sales leadership capabilities and product knowledge that will benefit our entire reseller base. Additionally, our organizational style will allow Ken to execute and carry out decisions quickly, enhancing the overall reseller experience."

Fabozzi is a 17-year sales executive with experience at both the distribution and reseller level. Most recently, he was director of sales at Ingram Micro's Advance Computing Division, where he was responsible for managing hundreds of sales accounts carrying high-end solutions. Before starting at Ingram Micro as sales manager in 1994, Fabozzi began his career with a variety of sales positions in both the reseller and manufacturing communities.

As it continues to make significant investments, Jenne says it is accelerating its growth and credibility within the industry. Jenne has also made forays into the large enterprise market with partners including Avaya, ADTRAN, Extreme and LifeSize, and recently launched a comprehensive training curriculum for resellers looking to capitalize on the Avaya Aura portfolio.

Jenne distributes IP telephony, audio and video conferencing, data networking and IT security products.

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