AT&T Channel Leader Brooks McCorcle To Retire As Carrier Brings Channel Programs Together

AT&T's longtime channel leader Brooks McCorcle is retiring as the carrier announces a channel program realignment. Zee Hussain, division president of AT&T Partner Solutions will the company's new channel chief.

Brooks McCorcle, an AT&T veteran of nearly 30 years and the carrier's channel chief that has led AT&T Partner Solutions for five years, is retiring.

Zee Hussain, division president of AT&T Partner Solutions, will be succeeding McCorcle as channel chief, effective immediately.

"I feel great about what we've accomplished, particularly with Partner Exchange. We appreciate partners working side-by-side with us and growing with us, and we are really looking forward to a bright future under [Hussain's] leadership," Brooks McCorcle, president of AT&T Partner Solutions, told CRN.

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Alongside the news, AT&T announced that it is realigning its indirect channel program, bringing its three different solution provider models – AT&T Partner Exchange, ACC Business, and AT&T Alliance Channel, under one roof.

In her role as channel chief, McCorcle led AT&T Partner Exchange, a reseller program that she kickstarted within the company about four years ago. McCorcle was also responsible for Wholesale Solutions, and ACC Business, an......


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