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Mark Chlebek to Head Pan-EMEA Ingram Micro Division
2017-04-25

Broadliner Ingram Micro has unveiled a change of leadership in its pan-EMEA division. Mark Chlebek replaces Robert Beck as executive director of this division, managing relationships with pan-EMEA vendor partners. Beck will "gradually withdraw from the day-to-day business", before ending his 25 year career with the distributor. A 20-year company veteran, having joined Ingram in 1997, Chlebek takes responsibility for "purchasing and business management" for regional vendor partners managed by the distributor on a centralised basis. As part of the EMEA senior management team he reports to global group president of EMEA Mark Snider. "I'm excited to have Mark Chlebek coming into this strategic role. Mark brings with him years of EMEA-wide experience driving innovation and growth for our business. I am looking forward to working with him in his new capacity", Snider says. "I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Robert Beck for his many years of service and dedication to Ingram Micro. I'd also like to thank him for volunteering to help with a smooth transition, ensuring Ingram Micro business will continue without interruption to our vendor and customer partners." Chlebek is but one recent promotion in Ingram management. In February the distributor appointed Jacek Murawski as VP of EMEA vender engagement, with Günter Schiessl and Jordi Muñoz reporting into him in roles overseeing the management of partnerships with volume and value vendors respectively.

Ingram Micro strengthens EMEA go-to-market team
2017-04-14

Broadliner Ingram Micro has strengthened and invested in its regional go-to-market team and capabilities in EMEA. In line with this strategic move, a number of changes have been made to Ingram Micro's EMEA vendor engagement team and the EMEA leadership team.

Jacek Murawski has been appointed to the new role of vice president, EMEA vendor engagement and joins the EMEA leadership team. Murawski most recently served as General Manager and VP EMEA for Odin Automation, a leading cloud provisioning management technology platform acquired by Ingram Micro in December 2015. Murawski brings experience from both the distributor and vendor side to his new role, as he previously served as general manager Microsoft Poland, general manager for Dell in Eastern Europe and senior VP, strategic industries, EMEA with SAP, as well as 9 years in EMEAR leadership roles at Cisco.

Furthermore, Günter Schiessl, who until recently led volume vendor management for Ingram Micro Germany, is also taking on a new role with the company. Schiessl, who will report to Murawski, is tasked with the new role of leading Ingram Micro's volume vendor engagement team in EMEA. Jordi Muñoz will also now report to Murawski in his new position leading Ingram Micro's value vendor engagement team in EMEA; he formerly served as the value business lead for Ingram Micro Spain. Both Schiessl and Muñoz bring a great depth of knowledge and experience with them to their new positions and are expected to further strengthen Ingram Micro’s well-established relationships with customers and vendors in the region.

Sabine Howest, Ingram Micro vice president global vendor engagement, commented: "each of these individuals is well-respected in our industry, having distinguished themselves as experts in their fields. We are extremely pleased to be strengthening and investing in our regional go-to-market team and capabilities in EMEA. In 2017, you will see Ingram Micro put our vendors' and resellers' needs at our core as we aggressively grow our market relevance. These changes reflect Ingram Micro’s commitment to play an ever-increasing leadership role in the EMEA market."

Alongside the aforementioned changes, Tasneem Baldiwala, formerly vendor engagement lead for EMEA, will move to a new role leading strategic planning and execution for the region, reporting to Ingram Micro executive vice president and president EMEA, Mark Snider, and remaining a member of the EMEA leadership team. Mark Chlebek, who formerly led the value vendor engagement team, has been promoted to executive director, EMEA development and also joins the EMEA leadership team. In their new roles, they will harness their experience and knowledge from working with vendor partners, further strengthening Ingram Micro's leadership team in EMEA.

Ingram Micro strengthens EMEA Go-to-Market Team
2017-03-31

Broadliner Ingram Micro has strengthened and invested in its regional go-to-market team and capabilities in EMEA. In line with this strategic move, a number of changes have been made to Ingram Micro's EMEA vendor engagement team and the EMEA leadership team. Jacek Murawski has been appointed to the new role of vice president, EMEA vendor engagement and joins the EMEA leadership team. Murawski most recently served as General Manager and VP EMEA for Odin Automation, a leading cloud provisioning management technology platform acquired by Ingram Micro in December 2015. Murawski brings experience from both the distributor and vendor side to his new role, as he previously served as general manager Microsoft Poland, general manager for Dell in Eastern Europe and senior VP, strategic industries, EMEA with SAP, as well as 9 years in EMEAR leadership roles at Cisco.

Furthermore, Günter Schiessl, who until recently led volume vendor management for Ingram Micro Germany, is also taking on a new role with the company. Schiessl, who will report to Murawski, is tasked with the new role of leading Ingram Micro's volume vendor engagement team in EMEA. Jordi Muñoz will also now report to Murawski in his new position leading Ingram Micro's value vendor engagement team in EMEA; he formerly served as the value business lead for Ingram Micro Spain.

Both Schiessl and Muñoz bring a great depth of knowledge and experience with them to their new positions and are expected to further strengthen Ingram Micro's well-established relationships with customers and vendors in the region. Sabine Howest, Ingram Micro vice president global vendor engagement, commented: "each of these individuals is well respected in our industry, having distinguished themselves as experts in their fields. We are extremely pleased to be strengthening and investing in our regional go-to-market team and capabilities in EMEA. In 2017, you will see Ingram Micro put our vendors' and resellers' needs at our core as we aggressively grow our market relevance. These changes reflect Ingram Micro's commitment to play an ever-increasing leadership role in the EMEA market."

Alongside the aforementioned changes, Tasneem Baldiwala, formerly vendor engagement lead for EMEA, will move to a new role leading strategic planning and execution for the region, reporting to Ingram Micro executive vice president and president EMEA, Mark Snider, and remaining a member of the EMEA leadership team. Mark Chlebek, who formerly led the value vendor engagement team, has been promoted to executive director, EMEA development and also joins the EMEA leadership team. In their new roles, they will harness their experience and knowledge from working with vendor partners, further strengthening Ingram Micro's leadership team in EMEA.

Ingram enters officially the Czech market
2017-02-20

Czechia: American broadliner Ingram Micro has chosen Czechia as the first market where the local RRC office is rebranded as Ingram Micro. The address, team and offer of Ingram Micro Czech Republic does not change. The company bears products which are part of Ingram's Advanced Solutions and Specialty Solutions divisions. All other RRC websites (Albania, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia) display their link to Ingram Micro, but none to date beside Czechia has been renamed (source: ChannelWorld Česko).

Schulz leaves Ingram Micro
2016-09-19

Gerhard Schulz leaves broadliner Ingram Micro for personal reasons after more than 15 years at the firm. He was promoted in 2013 to his present role as executive vice president and president of Europe Technology Solutions, replacing retiring Alain Macquet. Prior to this he spent a number of years leading the broadliner's distribution business across the DACHH region, encompassing operations in Austria, Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. Before that he was managing director of Ingram's business in his native Germany, and also held other senior sales posts in the country. He joined Ingram having previously served as director of rival Tech Data's European business, and worked for vendor Intel earlier in his career. Schulz led a restructure of Ingram's EMEA operations over the past two years, in which each country now has a dedicated chief executive overseeing a national business that is split into four clearly defined areas: traditional product distribution; cloud services; life cycle services; and e-commerce fulfilment. As part of the overhaul the distributor also closed its previous regional headquarters in Brussels, and opened a new centralised service centre in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, in which 800 people are employed. The departing European boss also oversaw a busy period of M&A in the region, including the acquisition of the e-commerce services business of Dutch firm Docdata, and the Odin cloud platform, bought from Parallels. The new EMEA director is now Marc Snider, the former director of Ingram Micro in Canada. He will be based in the Irvine CA offices of the broadliner (source: Channelnomics Europe).

 

RRC Business Telecommunications Slovenija d.o.o. (an Ingram Micro company)
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RRC Business Telecommunications Slovenija d.o.o. (an Ingram Micro company)
Poslovne telekomunikacije - Podružnica Ljubljana
Pot k sejmišču 30
SI-1231 Ljubljana-Črnuče
Slovenia
Phone : +386 (0)1 600 2580
Website : http://www.rrc-bt.com
E-mail : info@rrc-bt.com

Team

General manager : Mrs Milanka Memon (*** ****** *******)
CFO : Mrs Sabina Trampus (*** ****** ******)
Sales director : Mr Peter Weber (*** ****** *****)
Product manager : Mr Samuel Gabor (*** ****** ******)
Product manager : Mr Damir Fele (*** ****** *****)

Information

Creation year : 2004
Matična številka : 2040875
VAT number : SI 14613522
Annual turnover
2013 : 8,07 M€
2012 : 0,55 M€
2011 : 4,89 M€
2010 : 4,22 M€
2009 : 4,05 M€
Indirect turnover : 100%
National/regional/export split : 100/0/0
Export : Croatia
Specialist : Networks, peripherals, security
Main brands : APC by Schneider Electric, Cisco, Zebra
Clients : Associations, central purchasing companies, consultants, corporate resellers, dealers, department stores, e-commerce, hypermarkets, IT consulting and service providers, mail-order resellers, multispecialists, outlets, phone shops, semi-distributors, specialized resellers, specialized retailers, superstores, systems integrators, VAR
Employees : 4 people