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Eric Ryda resigns from Vantex

Eric Ryda resigns from Vantex

Vantex senior business manager Eric Ryda has left the point of sale company. According to his LinkedIn profile, Ryda departed from Vantex on Friday, July 30 and plans to take a break from the IT industry.

He had worked as a senior business manager for just over a year after distributor Ingram Micro acquired Vantex in June last year.

Prior to this role, he was Vantex’s mobile and wireless division manager. He joined the company in 2005. Ryda also worked at Provenco as a business development manager.

A replacement has not yet been appointed.

Ryda was contacted for comment by Reseller News but has not returned calls.


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