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CEO Ken Lamneck: 7 Keys To Insight Enterprises' Success Helping Businesses 'Run Smarter'

Here are Insight Enterprises CEO Ken Lamneck's keys to making sure his company is tops at helping businesses run smarter.

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Not Your Father's Insight

Insight Enterprises has come a long way since CEO Ken Lamneck took the helm nine years ago.

Under Lamneck's leadership, the company, No. 13 on the CRN SP500, has been transformed from a product-focused reseller into an IT services powerhouse delivering breakthrough solutions in the hottest markets including internet of things.

That services charge has taken the Phoenix, Arizona headquartered global systems integrator from $4.1 billion in sales when Lamneck took over as CEO to a more than $7 billion company with a robust services portfolio.

Lamneck has built out the company's services portfolio – which is growing at a 23 percent clip- through a combination of acquisitions and organic investment in talent development. Insight was just recognized by market researcher Gartner for the third consecutive year in Gartner's 2019 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services North America.

The biggest change is the addition of a 1,000 strong software development/solution architect team. There was literally no software developers at Insight when Lamneck, a 27 year tech industry veteran took the CEO job.

Lamneck, who graduated from West Point Military Academy and then spent five years in the Army rising to the rank of captain, insists the key to Insight's success is keeping the focus on the team with a strong emphasis on purpose and values.

"It is really about the team," he says. "This isn't my company. This is every individual in the company's company. We can make this as great a company as we want. We all just have to live the values and feel the responsibility that this is our company."

Here are Lamneck's keys to making sure the company is tops at helping businesses run smarter.

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