Just 13 years after he joined the company and five years after being elevated to CEO Ingram Micro’s Greg Spierkel seems a fixture at the giant distribution company and in the IT industry. He leads a business of about 13,750 workers in 36 countries. Spierkel’s resume includes a stint as president of North America at Mitel.
As president of North America for Ingram Micro, Belfast, Ireland native, Keith Bradley, is responsible for the overall performance of Ingram Micro’s U.S. and Canadian operations. Under his leadership, Ingram Micro North America has introduced several new divisions and services including Ingram Micro’s new Business Intelligence Center and Seismic (managed services platform).
As general manager of Ingram Micro Canada, Snider holds performance of the distributor’s growing Canadian operations. He has 20 years of IT sales management, distribution and marketing experience, and has also worked for Xerox Canada and Dell Canada’s Canadian Emerging Business division.
Brian Wiser is the man in charge when it comes to VARs, overseeing nearly every customer segment including VAR sales, direct marketer, consumer/retail, corporate accounts, and government and education resellers. He also oversees separate sales-based functions including technical support, customer service, sales operations, market development and the services business unit which includes Ingram Micro Seismic.
Anne Wilcox’s team is responsible for the creation and execution of vertically-focused marketing campaigns, such as IMHealth. She also oversees the Ingram Micro Solutions Centers located on the East and West coasts and is responsible for the Ingram Micro Partner Connections Summits.
Based in Buffalo, N.Y., Peter DiMarco is the go-to guy for VARs. He serves as vice president and general manager for U.S VAR sales. DiMarco is based in Buffalo, NY, and is charged with managing the wants and needs of Ingram Micro’s 35,000-plus U.S. solution providers.
A die-hard Denver Broncos and Boston Red Sox fan, Crotty is known for his “tell it like it is” business insight. He leads Ingram Micro’s services sales division and is responsible for the development, sale, and growth of Ingram Micro’s services portfolio including its emerging cloud strategy, Seismic managed services portfolio, warranty maintenance services, and professional IT labor based services.
Kirk Robinson, Vice President, Channel Marketing, North America If business intelligence is the hot area of 2010, then Kirk Robinson is the man to talk to at Ingram Micro. He oversees the distributor’s business intelligence, lead generation and services marketing teams. Known as an advocate for finding the “win win” for channel partners and vendors, Kirk oversees development and execution of Ingram Micro’s reseller communities including the VentureTech Network, SMBAlliance, Gov/Ed Alliance and System ArchiTechs. His favorite home teams are the NY Jets and, you guessed it, the NY Yankees.
Ken Bast heads up Ingram Micro’s growing roster of networking, security and mobility vendors in the United States. He also leads Ingram Micro’s Mobility Division and serves as the executive lead for many of Ingram Micro’s strategic IT vendors.
Scott Zahl is the vice president for Ingram Micro’s Vendor Management and Infrastructure Technology Solutions Divisions. He is responsible for leading vendor relationships within the systems, storage and peripherals categories and for providing vision, strategy, leadership and oversight of day-to-day operations for the ITS Division.