Vertiv Stephan brings Wippermann aboard

Sales management in the ROOF Vertiv Stephan brings Wippermann aboard

Sales professional Stephan Wippermann has taken over at Vertiv, the Position of the Director of Sales for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In this role the former IBM to – and HP-Manager stimulate the partner of business of the manufacturer in the Region.

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From now on, Stephan directs Wippermann the sales activities of the infrastructure provider Vertiv in the DACH Region.
From now on, Stephan directs Wippermann the sales activities of the infrastructure provider Vertiv in the DACH Region.

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The partner sales, has brought to the infrastructure provider Vertiv Stephan Wippermann as a Sales Director DACH on Board. In his new Position, the experienced Manager wants to focus on the 50-man strong sales team, in particular on the topics of 5G and Edge Computing. Its predecessor Reinhard Purzer, who stepped down at the end of February and since then as Vice President of Sales at Regal Beloit, a provider of motion control solutions that worked was. In the meantime, Samir Delic had taken, in the case of Vertiv Country Manager for Switzerland, the ROOF-sales.

Wippermann has been working for more than 30 years in the ICT industry, and brings to his new Position, many years of sales experience. Most recently, he served as Vice President of International Sales the sales of Sabre, a North American provider of Software for the travel and tourism industry in Central and Eastern Europe. By the end of 2015, the Manager was almost seven years as Vice President of Sales at IBM. In this Position he was three and a half years for the partner business of the IT group in the DACH-Region.

Manager at Hewlett-Packard

Before Wippermann at Big Blue came in, he was with Siemens for over a year, the business area of Home & Office Communication (today Gigaset). The longest time in his career, the Manager at Hewlett-Packard spent. In his 18-year career in the IT giant, rising to become General Manager of the Personal Systems Group in Germany. Thus, he was responsible for, among other things, the entire PC business. The studied operation had begun host in the case of HP in the year 1989 as a Financial Analyst, before he joined four years later as a Key Account Manager in the sales.

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