Tarby joins Wild & Marr in the capacity of account manager, tasked with managing relationships and sales with the company’s audio visual (AV) system integrators.
He brings with him a vast amount of experience in key sectors, and Wild & Marr see it as a real coup to secure his appointment.
Tarby is an avid problem-solver with the aim to simplify workflows and processes for his clients, engineers and end users. In his experience he has project-managed teams of engineers while based on site at his clients, which are some of the largest in the South African information technology and audio visual sectors.
A bachelor of commerce (BCom) informatics graduate from the University of South Africa (UNISA), Tarby has spent the last 20 years in the information technology space and his first foray into Audio Visual (AV) and video conferencing was as early as 2005, where he provided support to AngloGold Ashanti mines for their corporate meeting spaces.
A few years on, Tarby progressed onto technical design and infrastructure deployments. In 2016, Tarby moved into business development which has allowed him to build strong relationships with key players in information technology and audio visual spaces.
Looking forward, Tarby is currently furthering his education by way of a post graduate diploma in business management (PG. Dip BM) at the Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA).
“I would like to thank Wild & Marr for the opportunity to be part of such a legendary organisation. Having worked closely with the team for some time now, it’s been a seamless transition from HARMAN Professional. I already feel part of the family and am excited about taking on this new challenge. I look forward to working with the team to grow the business and realize the vision of being the AV distributor of choice in Africa,” he commented.
“We were introduced to Lyle in his position of business development manager (Africa) for HARMAN Professional, where he was our first line of contact to their range of professional AV products. We were impressed with his industry knowledge and we are confident that his key skills would be an asset to our company. We offered Lyle a position with Wild & Marr to join our AV system integration sales team. Both companies agree that having Lyle working within our company will add value to the system integration side of our business across all products and solutions. We are excited to welcome Lyle to our team of AV professionals,” concluded Gary Furman, managing director of Wild & Marr.
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