Dell Technologies appoints new country manager for Malaysia
By Digital News Asia August 26, 2021
- Assumes the role from KT Ong
- Will also lead Dell’s telecom systems business in South Asia.
Dell Technologies has announced the appointment of Mak Chin Wah as the country manager of Malaysia.
Mak assumes the role from KT Ong, who will be moving on to a new challenge after a decade with Dell Technologies, the company said in a statement.
“Mak (pic) has proven to be an exceptional leader, building on his extensive industry experience and knowledge in critical technology areas that are key in today’s data-driven world,” said Pang Yee Beng, senior vice president, South Asia and managing director, Malaysia, Dell Technologies.
“Having led our South Asia data centre and computer business to a leadership position, I am confident that we have the right leader to grow our business in Malaysia and the telco sector even more in the months to come,” he added.
“As we welcome Mak, we also want to thank who successfully led the business in Malaysia to where it is today and we wish him every success in his new endeavour,” Pang said.
The executive will bring the breadth and depth of his 12 years of service at Dell Technologies to the new role.
He will be responsible for setting the vision for Malaysia’s go-to-market strategy, sales and business growth, as well as overseeing customer relations across public and private sectors, partners and alliances, Dell said.
Mak will also lead the company’s telecom systems business in South Asia. In this role, he will focus on providing overall strategic direction in growing the telco business in the region, helping customers modernise and adapt to the rapidly shifting telecom landscape as the adoption of 5G and edge computing accelerate.
“It is an exciting time in this industry as organisations accelerate their digital transformation plans and we look to help build their digital future.
“I look forward to working with our customers and partners in Malaysia and continue providing the exceptional service they have come to expect from us," said Mak.
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