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Dell’s New Channel Chief Rola Dagher: 5 Big Things To Know

Mark Haranas

‘I jumped to Dell, then to Cisco, and now back to Dell because to me, partners are the foundation to every successful organization today and tomorrow. Period,’ says Dell’s new global channel leader Rola Dagher in an interview with CRN.

Dell’s Rola Dagher: Partners ‘ Are At The Heart Of Everything I Do’

Dell Technologies new global channel leader Rola Dagher doesn’t shy away about her expectations to take Dell’s channel partners to the next level.

“I have a degree in getting things done, and getting things done really quickly,” said Dagher in an interview with CRN. “This is the most important role of the organization, which is the partner ecosystem and the channel partner organization. It starts with our partners and ends with our partners.”

Dagher, who officially begins her global channel chief role on Sept. 7, is bullish about pushing Dell Technologies’ massive partner ecosystem to new heights. She will lead Dell Technologies’ global channel strategy, vision, enablement, program design and partner experience.

“I have no doubt that Rola is going to take us to new heights,” said Bill Scannell, president of global sales and customer operations at Dell, who led the search for a new global channel leader after the departure of Joyce Mullen this week. “The thing that jumped out at me about Rola was her passion, her track record of execution, an incredible desire to win – and not only win, but win through the channel.”

Here are five things channel partners need to know about Rola Dagher.

 
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Mark Haranas

Mark Haranas is an assistant news editor and longtime journalist now covering cloud, multicloud, software, SaaS and channel partners at CRN. He speaks with world-renown CEOs and IT experts as well as covering breaking news and live events while also managing several CRN reporters. He can be reached at mharanas@thechannelcompany.com.

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