Insight has appointed Darren Hedley as its new UK and Ireland boss, replacing Emma de Sousa from the start of next year.
Hedley joined Insight as public sector sales director in 2017, having previously had spells at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and CDW.
He will take the reins from de Sousa, who will become EMEA president.
De Sousa said: "Nurturing and developing talent internally is a core part of Insight's DNA.
"With strong leaders in position across the UK and Ireland business, I was keen for us to appoint an internal candidate who was already living and breathing Insight's values,"
"I'm confident Darren will be just as successful in leading the UK as he has been in developing and driving forward our public sector business. As part of the UK management team he's played a key role in transforming Insight into a major solutions and services player.
"Under his leadership, the public sector team has delivered transformational solutions to organisations across the country and robust year on year growth for Insight."
De Sousa was announced as Insight's EMEA president-elect in February, with Wolfgang Ebermann set to leave the business.
Speaking to CRN in March she said that her aim was to appoint her successor from inside the business.
On his appointment, Hedley said: "It is a huge honour to be asked to lead Insight in the UK.
"The team have really demonstrated our core values of hunger, heart and harmony when helping clients through the exceptional circumstance of the last few months, providing vital solutions to enable new ways of working and build business resilience.
"Insight continues to go from strength to strength. Our investments in developing and bringing in new talent to support our new services practices have really paid off. I look forward to working with teammates, clients and partners to build on this momentum and support clients on their transformation journeys."
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