Logicalis appoints Damian Skendrovic as EMEA CEO

IT infrastructure and service provider Logicalis has announced the appointment of former NTT executive Damian Skendrovic as new CEO for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

As EMEA CEO, Skendrovic will work to scale Logicalis’s offering across the EMEA region, utilising the teams’ local expertise, whilst enhancing Logicalis’ position in the market.

Bringing 25 years’ experience in developing and scaling managed services businesses to Logicalis, Skendrovic joins from NTT Ltd., where he served as executive vice-president and CEO of managed services.

At NTT, he built the organisation’s global managed services business to over $1 billion in revenues, through a combination of mergers and acquisitions and organic growth.

Prior to this, the new hire spent 11 years in directoral, vice-president and board roles at NTT Europe Ltd.

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“I’m excited to be joining Logicalis at such a pivotal time for both the company and the wider industry,” said new Logicalis EMEA CEO, Skendrovic.

“Businesses are increasingly reliant on technology solutions that enable agility and flexibility to respond to sudden changes in the digital economy. I look forward to working with Logicalis teams across the region to scale our managed services offering and help customers get the most from our solutions.”

Bob Bailkoski, CEO of Logicalis Group, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Damian on board. His success in his previous role of scaling managed services businesses lends itself well to Logicalis’s ambition to grow its managed services offering.

“His skills will be an asset to the EMEA business as he works with our teams across the region to develop and improve our offering for customers.”

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