TD SYNNEX has announced the appointment of Miriam Murphy as the company’s new president, Europe.
Miriam starts in her new role on 8th April 2024 and will be responsible for leading the company’s 7,000-strong European workforce, driving business strategy and operational execution in the region.
She will report to Patrick Zammit, Chief Operating Officer, TD SYNNEX whom she succeeds as president, of Europe, and she will serve on the company's global executive team. Miriam will lead the distributor’s European executive board, which consists of geo leaders, as well as executives responsible for strategic business units and support functions in the region.
Miriam returns to TD SYNNEX following two years as chief executive officer, of Europe at NTT Ltd. In this role, she held responsibility for the strategy and P&L for 14 countries, delivering technology solutions, consulting, and managed services to enterprise clients across multiple sectors. Before this, she served at TD SYNNEX for more than 20 years in various leadership roles, including senior vice president, Advanced and Specialised Solutions, Europe, and regional leader for Northern Europe among others.
Patrick Zammit said, "it’s fantastic to welcome Miriam back to TD SYNNEX. Thanks to her prior experience with us, we already know about her many great leadership attributes. She brings a people-first mentality, combined with exceptional business acumen, an extensive network of contacts with vendors and customers, and a relentless commitment to delivering excellence to all our stakeholders. She returns reinforced by her experiences outside the company and will bring fresh perspectives on end-market and customer requirements, especially in the strategic area of services, as we strive to continually evolve our go-to-market and create a best-in-class value proposition and experience for our partners and vendors.”
Miriam is a prominent advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the IT industry. In her previous stint at TD SYNNEX, she played an active role in helping to establish and advance the company's inclusion programs in Europe, supporting the creation of co-worker resource groups covering topics such as gender equity, disability, and LGBTQ issues.
Miriam added, “I am delighted and honoured to take up the leadership of TD SYNNEX’s European business. The company’s more than 7,000 co-workers in the region play a vital role at the heart of the channel ecosystem, fostering continuous evolution and seamless connections among vendors, partners, and their end customers. I am looking forward to supporting them as we strive to help all our channel partners grow their businesses and deliver great outcomes to the market.
“The culture, talent, and team spirit at TD SYNNEX are second to none. It will be a great pleasure to reconnect with many familiar faces inside and outside the company in early April, as well as to meet new co-workers and channel partners."