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​EXCLUSIVE: Jon Fox leaves Ingram Micro

​EXCLUSIVE: Jon Fox leaves Ingram Micro

Ingram Micro General Manager of Advanced Solutions Group moves to vendor land.

Jon Fox

Jon Fox

Jon Fox has resigned from his role as General Manager - Advanced Solutions Group, Ingram Micro, and will leave the distributor on July 1.

Sources close to ARN can confirm that Fox will vacate his position in the coming weeks and move into a channel-focused role with an unnamed vendor in the Australian market, commencing on July 4.

According to ARN sources, internal Ingram Micro staff have been notified of Fox's departure.

Having joined Ingram Micro in 2009, Fox was responsible for the distributor’s Enterprise Hardware portfolio, which includes vendors such as Cisco, EMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM and APC.

Fox started his Ingram Micro career as an IBM, APC and Secured Networks Business Manager, before moving up through the ranks to take a Sales Manager role within the organisation.

Following over two years as a Senior Business Manager of Enterprise Hardware, Fox took up his current role in August 2014, having previously worked as a IBM System x Business Manager for Arrow, joining the distributor in 2006 during a three year stint.

Fox’s departure follows a period of great change for Ingram Micro, with the distributor recently strengthening its management team in Australia, appointing Chris Price to the role of Senior General Manager Vendor Management and Rob Wilkinson as General Manager Retail Sales.

The executive shakeup comes weeks after the departure of former Managing Director Matt Sanderson, with Chief Country Executive of Australia and New Zealand, Felix Wong now taking charge at a local level.

ARN has reached out to Ingram Micro Australia for comment.

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