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New CIO for Dicker Data

06 Aug 15

Dicker Data has appointed a new chief information officer, with long-time consultant and employee Ian Welch taking on the role.

Welch, who spent more than 10 years working with Dicker Data in various consulting roles before joining the company in 2013, has also been appointed as an executive director.

David Dicker, Dicker Data chairman and chief executive, says Welch has a deep understanding of the Dicker Data business.

“In line with having an executive board that supports the core functions of our organisation, I welcome Ian into the position of CIO.

Welch was previously the general manager of IT for Dicker Data.

The announcement of the appointment comes just days after the distributor announced the successful completion of its institutional placement, raising $40.24 million.

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