The New Zealand office of global technology distributor Ingram Micro has lost one of its key senior managers, with Techday receiving confirmation from the company that Stuart Alexander will be leaving the business.
Alexander has held roles at both Compaq and Asterick before a number of senior sales roles at Gen-I but his career culminated in joining distributor VAD (Value Added Distributors) which was acquired by Ingram Micro in 2009.
Alexander stayed on with Ingram during a two-year acquisition process, eventually promoted to a general manager position in 2011. He is also a shareholder of the business continuity specialist Plan-B.
Known to be a clever operator, Alexander is well networked and highly experienced in sales management.
Reports suggest Alexander will join the local office of global system integrator Dimension Data in July.
Ingram Micro staff members where notified last Friday of the news. The company's New Zealand managing director Gary Bigwood (approaching his 17th anniversary with the company) is considering various options for replacing Alexander.