Getronics' UK CEO Paul Fox has been made the firm's new global head of sales.
Fox's promotion comes hot on the heels of Getronics' recent Pomeroy acquisition, which created a new organisation with a revenue of $1.3bn and took the Dutch VAR into the US market.
Fox said: "My focus at Getronics has been on helping both mid-market and enterprise companies use digital technology to support their business growth objectives.
"As Getronics' head of sales for UK and International, my primary focus has been on growth, and I look forward to bringing that experience to bear in my new and expanded role."
Fox joined Getronics as a global business development director before becoming CEO of Getronics UK and International business units, which saw him oversee around 40 per cent of the firm's revenue.
Prior to Getronics, Fox had spells at Samsung and Lexmark.
Getronics CEO Nana Baffour said: "On behalf of the entire team, I am delighted to welcome Paul to the board.
"I firmly believe that to grow and to be the best, we must have the best people proposition and be willing to do things differently. Paul not only shares these beliefs but has operated according to them from the day he joined Getronics."
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