Data, parent company of
Computer 2000 in the UK
has appointed Robert Dutkowsky to chief executive effective 2 October when
incumbent chief executive Steve Raymund leaves the firm.
Dutkowsky was formerly at IBM, EMC and chief executive of JD Edwards back in 2002. Most latterly he was chief executive of Egenera. Tech Data said Raymund would continue in his role as non-executive chairman of the board.
Raymund said in a statement: "Bob possesses a highly successful track record in driving sales growth and leading companies through periods of change and development. His sales expertise, business acumen and leadership ability in the areas of distribution and product development are an enormous addition to our company.
Dutkowsky said: "I am excited to be a part of an extremely dynamic and successful organisation. Steve and the talented management at Tech Data have built an industry leading IT distribution company with an extensive global reach, an exceptional team of employees and highly focused operating fundamentals. I look forward to working with the entire team at Tech Data, the customers and business partners, as we further Tech Data's position as an industry leader worldwide."
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