PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Systemax Inc. (NYSE:SYX) announced today that David Sprosty will step down as the Chief Executive of the Company’s North American Technology Products Group, effective March 1, 2013. Mr. Sprosty intends to return to his consulting career and in addition, will work with the Company on special projects and assisting in the transition of his responsibilities.
Mr. Sprosty's role will be assumed by Robert Leeds, the founding Chief Executive Officer of Systemax's Technology Products business and the current Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. He will work closely with Systemax Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Richard Leeds and Vice Chairman Bruce Leeds in driving the growth strategy and operational initiatives of this business.
Richard Leeds, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, “We thank David for his contributions and wish him well in his future endeavors. Together with my brothers Robert and Bruce and our entire management team, we are moving forward focused on addressing our challenges in this business and strengthening our competitive position.”
About Systemax Inc.
Systemax Inc. (http://www.systemax.com), a Fortune 1000 company, sells personal computers, computer components and supplies, consumer electronics and industrial products through a system of branded e-Commerce websites, retail stores, relationship marketers and direct mail catalogs in North America and Europe. The primary brands are TigerDirect, Global Industrial, MISCO and inmac wstore.
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