Insight Enterprises' CEO Ken Lamneck has announced that he is to retire from leading the US reseller after eleven years. Lamneck, 66, has been with the company since 2010. He is expected to continue in his role as President, CEO and a member of the board until a successor is named. Insight say he will then transition to an "advisory role" at the partner. "It has been my greatest professional honour to lead this amazing company, to work alongside our incredible teammates around the world,...
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