Zebra Technologies has appointed Ryan Goh as the new vice-president and general manager of the Asia-Pacific region.
Goh has been the APAC vice-president of sales for the last eight years, where he was instrumental in building a strong sales structure and developing Zebra’s PartnersFirst programme across Asia Pacific.
He succeeds Rod Rodericks who delivered significant contributions to the success of Zebra’s APAC region prior to the acquisition close and also was instrumental in driving the APAC integration efforts.
Rodericks is undertaking projects associated with the recent acquisition before retiring at the end of the year.
The announcement follows the acquisition of the Motorola Solutions’ Enterprise business last year.
Zebra chief executive, Anders Gustafsson, said Asia Pacific was a key growth region for Zebra.
"These megatrends present an abundance of opportunities for Zebra and our partners, to help enterprises and governments take advantage of this connected age with Zebra’s solutions that drive improved productivity and enhanced customer experiences," he said.
"I am delighted to announce the appointment of Ryan to lead Zebra’s rapid expansion across Asia Pacific.
"I’m confident that under Ryan’s leadership, we will raise Zebra’s performance in APAC to a new level and inspire even closer relationships with our valued partners across the region.”