Articles about Ian Cook

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Headhunters are scouring the industry for a successor to Logicalis CEO Ian Cook, who it emerged today is standing down at the end of February. Cook rocked up at the IBM and Cisco integrator as CEO of European operations in 2003 and three years later was handed the top operational job. He will become Logicalis chairman from the …
Paul Kunert, 02 Sep 2013
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Logicalis CEO Bullard heads for exit after less than 60 days

It was a short-lived reign at the top of Logicalis for CEO Garry Bullard, who has cut and run after less than two months in charge, The Channel can reveal. The man arrived in December armed with a CV positively dripping in high-profile industry roles – including Logica UK CEO, IBM Global Services GM and president of BT Global …
Paul Kunert, 27 Jan 2014

Logicalis: We've found the new FRESH PRINCE OF BERKSHIRE

Logicalis has confirmed that COO Mark Starkey will take over from UK MD Tom Kelly who leaves at the end of next month. After a decade in the hot seat, Kelly revealed late last year that it was time for a new challenge. But he is staying on board until the close of the global IT provider's fiscal 2013 on 28 February. Talking to …
Paul Kunert, 10 Jan 2013
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Logicalis CEO reveals blueprint for gobbled 2e2 Euro biz

Logicalis CEO Ian Cook says his biz will use the IT Service Management (ITSM) unit in the Dutch operation acquired from 2e2 as a consulting "centre of excellence" for the entire group. Integrator Logicalis - owned by Datatec - yesterday coughed up €24m for 2e2's businesses in Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland and the Channel …
Paul Kunert, 05 Mar 2013
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Rest of world catching Eurozone plague, warns Datatec

Economic malaise in the Eurozone is spreading to the global stage, channel behemoth Datatec has warned. Despite this, the parent of distributor Westcon and integrator-cum-managed-services-provider Logicalis said in an interim management statement that sales had risen across the group in the last four months. "Trading and …
Paul Kunert, 18 Jul 2012
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Logicalis profits throttled by tight-fisted biz

Logicalis UK has been hit by a freeze in demand as customers weathered the biting economic storm. The British subsidiary saw sales edge up 1 per cent to $296m (£185.8m) year-on-year and a 24 per cent fall in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization to $9.7m (£6.09m) for fiscal 2012 ended February. At group …
Paul Kunert, 16 May 2012
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Logicalis gets new boss

Brief Logicalis is promoting Ian Cook, currently head of European operations, to chief executive officer. Previous CEO Jens Montana is being kicked upstairs, becoming chairman of Logicalis. Cook joined the firm in 2003 and will take over in March 2007 - for the new financial year. He will be based, poor fellow, at Logicalis's Slough …
John Oates, 01 Nov 2006
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Logicalis slaps UK computing, networking divisions together

Logicalis has appointed new top brass in Europe and lumped together its UK networking and computing divisions in a bid to flog more end-to-end IT. Tom Kelly becomes UK MD under the new structure, reporting to Ian Cook, CEO of Logicalis' European operations. Cook said: "The market can now expect to see an increase in activity …
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Logicalis eyes UK acquisitions

Bosses at reselling monster Logicalis may be on the look out for a UK managed services acquisition, after revenues crept towards $1bn for the last year. Last week, the firm reported revenue growth of 37 per cent for the year ending 28 February, including $43m from acquisitions made during the year. Sales hit $696m, and chief …
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Logicalis snuggles up to HP with Hawke deal

Logicalis Group is continuing its growth-by-acquisition strategy, with the purchase of Berkshire-based Hawke Systems for an undisclosed sum. The infrastructure reseller says the addition of 3i-backed, privately-held Hawke's £15m annual revenues to its books will take its own UK revenues to over £100m. Ian Cook, CEO of Logicalis …
Lucy Sherriff, 02 Aug 2005
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Logicalis UK buys Notability

Logicalis, the reseller arm of the South African Datatec group, has bought Notability, a Surrey, UK IBM business partner, for an undisclosed sum. Notability gets a new name - Logicalis Computing Solutions - and brings on board annual revenues of £30m a year. At the same time Logicalis is combining its former Logicalis UK and …
Team Register, 02 Mar 2005
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Dell sees the channel light while Microsoft is cast as open source redeemer

It's finally happened. Dell has publicly stated what we in the channel have known all along. You can't live without resellers and partners. Not long after his second coming at the company and after many years of outright hostility to the indirect channel, CEO Michael Dell has undergone a conversion, telling CRN US: "There are …
Billy MacInnes, 24 May 2007