Three vice presidents are leaving Ingram Micro as the distributor integrates its US and Canadian sales and marketing teams.
The departing executives are Pat Capparelli, senior vice president of US sales; Dave Walsh, vice president of marketing; and Murray Wright, general manager and vice president of sales for Canada, according to the distributor.
Walsh and Wright are leaving immediately, and Capparelli is slated to leave next month.
Brian Wiser, senior vice president of marketing, has been named senior vice president of sales for North America, Ingram Micro said.
Paul Bay, senior vice president of vendor management, will take on responsibilities for Canada. Mark Snider has been named vice president of sales for Canada.
"From a back-office point of view, our region has begun operating as a multinational company," Ingram Micro North America president Keith Bradley said in a statement.
"Having a focused management team to drive consistent business strategies and implement best practices across borders and throughout our business will be a key component to our success."
Earlier in the week, Ingram Micro confirmed that Geno Marcoux, vice president of vendor management, is leaving the company to join Juniper Networks, where he will join fellow ex-Ingramer Donna Grothjan.
The moves come a month after Greg Spierkel was promoted to replace Kent Foster as CEO, effective 1 June, and Kevin Murai was named president and COO.
The integration of Ingram's US and Canada operations began three years ago with back-office operations.
The integration of the sales and marketing teams was the next step, according to Bradley.
"By successfully integrating our US and Canadian organisations, we can effortlessly engage customers and vendors in regional business opportunities and fuel the great work we're doing against our profitable growth objectives," he said in a statement.