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DLT Solutions Names Art Richer New CEO

DLT Solutions announced Wednesday that Art Richer has been appointed the company’s new president and CEO. In his new role, Richer will look to grow the technology company and enhance the foundation of support for DLT’s core vendors within the public sector.

“I look forward to leading the DLT team in driving enhanced value across the end-user customer base and partnering with the management team and DLT Board to execute the next phase of the company’s growth strategy,” said Richer.

Richer brings over 18 years of experience helping technology companies serve the public sector, most recently as president and CEO of immixGroup, where he led its sale to Arrow Electronics in 2015. With his experience in the federal IT industry and knowledge of government missions, Richer will help DLT drive enhanced value across its public sector customer base and support the next phase of the company’s growth strategy.

“We’re delighted to have Art join our executive team. His leadership skills and management experience will be a tremendous asset to DLT as we continue to grow the company and enhance the foundation of industry-leading sales and marketing support for our core vendors within the public sector value-added reseller (VAR) space,” said Rick Marcotte, chairman of the board at DLT. “Additionally, Art’s technical background will mesh nicely with DLT’s growth initiatives focused on cybersecurity, cloud and big data analytics.”

DLT helps federal, state and local government, education, utilities and healthcare markets make technology purchases in areas like Cybersecurity, Cloud, Application Lifecycle, Digital Design, IT Consolidation and IT Management solutions. They employ over 250 people.

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