Ingram Micro has re-hired Alain Monie as the president and COO of the Santa Ana-based technology distributor. Monie was promoted to president in 2007, after leading the company’s Asia-Pacific region. He remained the president of the company until 2010, when he resigned to serve as the CEO of APRIL Management, which is a multi-national industrial company based in Asia.
"I'm pleased to welcome Alain back to Ingram Micro," said Gregory Spierkel, CEO of the company. "He has proven to be a strong executive partner, with good strategic thinking and excellent attention to detail. I look forward to working with him again."
Starting Nov. 1, 2011 Monie will be responsible for Ingram Micro’s operating units. In addition, the four regional presidents and executive vice president of global logistics will now report to Monie, rather than Spierkel.
“It's a great time to return to Ingram Micro because of the multiple opportunities that are within the company's reach," said Monie. "The company's improvements in systems infrastructure, coupled with its investments in business-model expansions, will drive greater operating performance, provide better and more comprehensive service for our customers and partners, and truly leverage our global footprint.”
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