Vince DeLuca is the new CEO for Logicalis US, set to take over the solution provider giant's US business in July, according to Logicalis.
DeLuca replaces Terry Flood, who is leaving the company following a 10-year run.
DeLuca joined Logicalis as chief operating officer in 2010, following a stint as senior vice president at IT services firm Wipro.
Flood will stay on with Logicalis to assist with the transition.
"On behalf of the Logicalis Group board, I would like to thank Terry for his valuable contribution in the 10 years he has been with the company," Ian Cook, CEO of Logicalis Group, said in a statement.
"It is on Terry's foundation of success that we now look forward to Vince taking up the mantle to continue driving the company forward into its next phase of growth."
Logicalis Group, a $US1.2 billion solution provider, said it will continue to prioritise communications, services and infrastructure under DeLuca.
"Looking forward, we will continue to help our clients take full advantage of technology to support their business growth, communication and efficiencies," DeLuca said in the statement.
“Our key partners will of course continue to be central to our growth as well as the expansion of our service offerings in the cloud, managed services, and unified communications and collaboration arenas.”
This article originally appeared at crn.com
Issue: 334 | December 2014
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