Ken Lamneck, the president and CEO of Insight Enterprises Inc. in Tempe, announced on Thursday that he will retire at the end of the year. Lamneck, who has been at Insight since 2010, will retire effective Dec. 31. He will continue to serve in his current roles and as a member of the board until a successor has been named, at which time he will transition to an advisory role.
Insight (Nasdaq: NSIT) resells computer hardware and software, and provides technology services like hybrid cloud and data center solutions. Insight is among the Fortune 500 companies and it employs more than 11,000 people worldwide.
The company said it has engaged an executive search firm to find Lamneck’s replacement either internally or externally. Upon his retirement, Lamneck will step down from the board as well.
The announcement of Lamneck’s retirement credits him with creating an inclusive and respectful culture at Insight, noting that the company has received many third-party accolades for workplace culture. Insight was recently named on lists of top employers for LGBTQ equality and workplace diversity.
“It has been my greatest professional honor to lead this amazing company, to work alongside our incredible teammates around the world, to join forces with our partners and to serve our clients.” Lamneck said in a statement. “We have a strong management team and I believe now is the right time to start transitioning the leadership of the Company.”
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