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By | Paul Kunert 21st October 2011 10:02

Channel vet to steer Ingram Micro's enterprise biz

Jon Bunyard to replace outgoing Cathi Low

Channel veteran Jon Bunyard is to head up Ingram Micro's enterprise business unit from the end of the month after current incumbent Cathi Low steps down.

Bunyard was boss at CCD, the distribution arm of Computacenter, which Milton Keynes-based Ingram acquired in late 2009 as the broadliner builds a mid-market enterprise biz.

"It's business as usual as we trade out closing the calendar year," Bunyard told The Reg.

Low joined Ingram in June 2006 to run its software business and was made 'director of the value business' – the enterprise unit – two years later. Previously, she worked at rival Computer 2000 for 14 years.

"On a personal level I am looking for a new career challenge," she told El Reg.

Ingram Micro UK managing director Matt Sanderson said Low had made a tangible contribution to the enterprise business unit during her tenure. ®

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