Exertis has appointed Tim Griffin as the divisional managing director of DCC Technology and the managing director of the Exertis Group.
Reporting to DCC CEO Donal Murphy, Griffin will assume global responsibility for the strategic direction and performance of Exertis as it builds on its geographic expansion.
“This is a key appointment and I am delighted that Tim has accepted the challenge and opportunity to grow our technology distribution business and expand our presence in new and existing territories,” said Murphy.
“He brings extensive international experience and expertise with an emphasis on customer relationships, and a history of creating highly engaged teams aligned to strong company values. I am confident that with the great management we have in place and Tim’s leadership qualities, we have an exciting future ahead.”
Griffin has enjoyed a successful career with Dell for more than a decade, most recently as CEO and general manager for Dell EMC UK & Ireland. Prior to that he was based in Asia Pacific responsible for growing and developing Dell business in that region.
Griffin has also held roles with global scope and responsibilities for Dell including global vice president, services & solutions (consumer and small business segment) and global vice president, displays and client peripherals. He also worked for BBC Resources for six years as head of commercial services. Griffin is also a serving non-executive director for the Welsh Rugby Union.
“We have all the foundations in place and the support of DCC to take this amazingly vibrant and successful company to the next level. People make the difference in business and we have very talented and driven teams across our diverse range of technologies,” said Griffin.
“I am looking forward to leading and inspiring these teams to even greater success in the future by broadening our reach and ensuring that our customers and people are our key priorities.”
Exertis is the trading name of DCC Technology, one of the four divisions (LPG, Retail & Oil, Healthcare and Technology) of DCC.