James W. Dixon
Jim Dixon has been the driving force behind CompuCom’s organic and acquisition-led growth strategy. Jim served as CompuCom’s President and CEO from 2004 to 2013 growing the company into a $2.3B provider of IT services and solutions. Under Jim’s leadership, the company has focused most recently on the integration of CompuCom’s cloud and mobility offerings into their successful IT outsourcing offerings.
Jim was previously CompuCom’s CEO and then Chairman of the Board from 1987 to 1996 when he led the company’s transformation from a hardware reseller to a national reseller of hardware and IT services. Prior to joining CompuCom in 2004, Jim held executive roles with IBM and Bell Atlantic. He has also served on the boards of five public companies, as well as the board of CompTIA, an IT industry association. Jim holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Louisiana Tech University.
Chief Executive Officer
Tony Doye is responsible for overseeing the corporate direction and strategy of CompuCom as it continues on its mission of transforming the delivery of IT services. He has more than 30 years of experience in creating and delivering solutions that improve client service levels and nurture innovation. Tony joined CompuCom in November 2012 from Fujitsu North America, where he served as President and CEO, responsible for the North American Outsourcing portfolio generating well over a billion dollars in revenue. Tony has also held global leadership roles at Unisys, CSC and IBM.
A native of London, England, Tony currently lives in the Washington D.C. area. Tony’s educational background includes completion of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Executive Program, post-graduate work at The Open University and Cambridge University’s Management summer program for Executives.
Chief Administrative Officer
Tim Shea is responsible for leading CompuCom’s human resources, corporate development, legal and facilities teams. Tim joined CompuCom in 2005 and initially led the integration of the recently acquired GE IT Solutions business before taking on more leadership responsibilities.
Prior to joining CompuCom, Tim was Senior Vice President for Platinum Equity, a global merger, acquisitions, and operations firm where he managed transition projects and guided the ongoing portfolio management for a number of Platinum Equity portfolio companies in the United States and Europe. Prior to Platinum Equity, Tim served as the Chief Financial Officer for Aptis, Inc., and Interim Vice President of Finance and Global Managing Director of Financial Services for Sabre, Inc.
Tim holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in Finance and Management, a master’s degree in management science from the University of Central Texas and a bachelor’s degree in government and history from the University of Notre Dame. Tim is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.
Chief Technology Officer
Sam Gross is responsible for CompuCom’s strategic technology planning, technology portfolio management and product and services development. He has more than 25 years of experience developing innovative approaches and solutions to meet the business and technology needs of Fortune 1000 and leading global companies. He is passionate about emerging technologies including cloud technologies and mobility, as well as the development of strategic market segments.
Prior to joining CompuCom, Sam was VP, Global ITO Solutions at Unisys. Prior to that, he spent 10 years with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) most recently as Chief Technology Officer for clients including Aon, U.S. Army IT Transformation, Nortel Networks. Earlier in his career, he developed novel solutions and offerings for ENTEX/Siemens and Cigna. Sam is regular speaker at industry forums and client events, and he has served on multiple technical advisory boards.
Chief Information Officer
John Douglas is responsible for leading CompuCom’s day-to-day IT operations, IT strategy, and key IT initiatives, all while delivering a reliable IT infrastructure and applications to achieve business goals. John joined CompuCom in August 2008 with the acquisition of Getronics North America, where he was Global CIO responsible for the design, implementation, support, management and hosting of global and local information and communication systems supporting 24,000 employees.
Prior to joining Getronics, John held executive positions at IBM/Rational Software, including the role of global CIO. His professional background includes more than 25 years of IT industry experience in positions of increasing responsibility with companies including Baan Company, Cisco Systems/StrataCom and Bay Networks/Wellfleet Communications. John holds a bachelor's degree in management and a master's degree in computer information systems from Bentley College.
Chief Financial Officer
Noah Asher is responsible for leading CompuCom’s financial operations, which includes managing finance, accounting, treasury and payroll functions, working closely with the Senior Management team to set the company's financial direction, and shaping the Finance organization to support the company's business goals.
Prior to joining CompuCom, Noah served as Vice President, Finance, for Unisys Global Managed Services where his strengths and experience in ITO Outsourcing deal process improvement and operational leadership contributed to financial performance improvement. Before that, he was CFO at United Communications Group as well as Senior Vice President, Finance at Intelsat. Noah holds an MBA and an MA from The Wharton School and The School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, as well as a bachelor’s degree in economics from The Wharton School.
Chief Marketing Officer
Jonathan is responsible for leading CompuCom’s marketing functions, including product/service brand management, lead generation, events, marketing communications, public relations, and sales enablement. Jonathan is an experienced marketing and communications executive with a deep background in building global brands on tight budgets. He is skilled in positioning, messaging, sales support and lead generation, analyst relations, investor relations, as well as internal and external communications.
Prior to joining CompuCom, Jonathan served as Associate Vice President-Global Marketing for the Strategic Global Sourcing unit at Infosys as well as VP of Global Marketing for Unisys, and executive marketing and communications management roles with Syntel, Inc., Ameritech, and ProQuest (formerly UMI/Bell+Howell).
Jonathan is a frequent speaker at marketing/technology conferences and is a member of the American Marketing Association/Triangle Chapter in North Carolina. He earned a B.A. from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.
SVP, Global Service Operations
Bill Bancroft is responsible for consistent, integrated service delivery to ensure an excellent service experience for our clients. By providing operational leadership and cost management for our services organization, Bill helps CompuCom continue to build its services capability and expand the delivery strategy to complement portfolio development and accelerate growth.
Bill has successfully led global delivery organizations across IT companies such as CSC, IBM, Unisys and GE Capital. Prior to joining CompuCom, Bill served as Vice President & General Manager of Outsourcing Client Management at Unisys, where he improved revenue and profit by defining a sales strategy, strengthening client relationships and satisfaction, and enhancing operational excellence. Bill holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from West Chester University and completed a number of management programs, including Colgate University Graduate School’s Executive Management Program and multiple programs at Wharton Business School. He is Six Sigma Green Belt and ITIL trained.
SVP, ITO Business Development
Rocco Musumeche manages CompuCom’s new business development activities for IT Outsourcing services in North America. He works closely with the company’s Enterprise, Software and Network Management Services teams to design and deliver the best possible vendor-independent solutions to meet our clients’ unique business and technology needs.
Prior to joining CompuCom in 1987, Rocco spent five years with a petroleum consulting firm where he developed financial models of petroleum reserves and also did product development and marketing.
William D. Barry,
SVP, Enterprise Sales
Bill Barry is responsible for leading CompuCom’s sales, supply chain management and customer service functions throughout North America.
Bill returned to CompuCom in 2005 to drive growth in the company's product and software business and lead the enterprise accounts team. He was previously with CompuCom from 1986-1998, serving in a number of executive sales management roles, and ultimately serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Between his two periods of service with CompuCom, Bill held senior positions at Docucorp, where he was Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for five years, and BancTec Systems, where he was Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Phil Soper is responsible for leading CompuCom’s business growth in Canada. He joined CompuCom in September 2007, from Apple Canada, inc., where he led a multi-sales channel team that sold into key markets, including education, business, reseller and consumer.
Prior to that, he was Vice President, Complementary Channels for Telus Business Solutions, which is a Canadian telecommunications company providing voice, data and wireless solutions to the consumer and commercial markets. Phil also spent 14 years with Compaq Canada Inc. in sales and sales management positions of increasing responsibility, rising from Dealer Sales Representative to Director of Sales for British Columbia. Phil holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Western Ontario. He is also on the Executive Board of the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People
David W. Hall,
SVP, Infrastructure Solutions Consulting
David Hall leads CompuCom’s Infrastructure Solutions Consulting organization which combines our Solutions Architect and Professional Service consulting teams and aligns them with our enterprise hardware and software teams to deliver tightly integrated solutions to our clients.
Prior to joining CompuCom in 1989, David spent several years in IT leadership positions with Chase Manhattan and NYNEX Business Systems. David holds degrees in programming and data processing from Delaware Technical College and attended Drexel University for Information Studies. In addition, David is a Board Member to the New Jersey Educational Information & Resource Center (ERIC) and an active member of multiple technical advisory boards, including; Altiris, BMC, CRN, Mimosa, Symantec North America and WW Advisory Council, and Teneros.
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