Chief Executive Officer
Mike Norris has been Computacenter’s Chief Executive since 1994.
As well as spearheading the Group’s strategy and growth ambitions, he is responsible for ensuring the company delivers value to its customers and shareholders. Mike joined Computacenter’s sales team in 1984 after graduating from university. He went on to hold a number of roles before taking over the management reins in 1994. Mike has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of East Anglia and was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science from Hertfordshire University.
Group Chief Financial Officer
Responsible for all Group financial activities, Chris Jehle joined Computacenter on 1 June 2023.
Group Chief Commercial Officer
As Group Chief Commercial Officer, Lieven is responsible for inside sales, supply chain services and partner management.
Lieven joined Computacenter in 2000 as Head of the Consulting Division of the Belgian subsidiary. In 2008, he was appointed Managing Director of Computacenter Benelux. He was responsible for aligning the local business with the company's portfolio of services and group solutions and increasing market share. From 2015 to 2022, he brought stability and growth to the French entity, taking on additional responsibilities for the growth of Computacenter in Europe (outside of Germany and the UK).
Managing Director, Western Europe
John leads Computacenter’s business across the UK & Ireland, France, Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands, and is accountable for all customer relationships and engagements in the region.
He joined Computacenter’s inaugural graduate scheme in 1995. He quickly became one of the youngest recipients of the company’s award for exceptional sales achievement. By 2006, he was Computacenter’s top national Account Manager, and just two years later, he was the top national Client Director. John has headed up a variety of Computacenter’s vertical sectors managing a number of the UK&I’s largest customers, and ran the Services Sales function, leading Specialist Sales teams across the UK&I. Prior to his current role he was Group Chief Commercial Officer.
President, Computacenter North America
Neil leads Computacenter’s North American business.
Neil joined Computacenter in 2001 with the acquisition of GE-CITS UK, and has held leadership positions in the UK and Germany for more than 15 years.
From 2013 – 2016, Neil led the Group’s strategic development in contractual services, including architecture, commercial offerings and client engagements. Between 2016 - 2022 he successfully lead our UK and Ireland business as Managing Director.
Group Chief People Officer
Sarah has over 25 years’ experience in the Tech industry. She originally joined Computacenter in 1996 and spent 12 years in various Sales and Service Leadership roles. Between 2008 and 2018 she consulted to a number of Tech organisations across Europe, advising on Strategic Growth and Organisational Change. Sarah re-joined Computacenter in March 2019 to lead the Group People Strategy and in-country HR functions. Sarah graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Technology and Design.
Managing Director, Germany
Reiner became Country Unit Director for Germany in 2013, accountable for all customer relationships and engagements in the region.
Joining the company in 1994 as Head of Customer Services, Reiner went on to hold various managerial positions, leading a variety of teams from sales to consultancy. He was also responsible for designing and implementing the company’s service management systems.
Managing Director Managed Services
Julie is responsible for the delivery of services to Computacenter’s customers worldwide.
Re-joining Computacenter in 2014, Julie was responsible for all services delivered to UK clients, extending her scope globally in 2017. Julie spent 2 years at Colt as VP for Services and Solutions, where she ran Managed Service Management, Contract Management, Consultants and Architects across Europe. Prior to this, she worked at Computacenter and IBM in a number of technical service and sales-related positions, and has been in the IT industry for almost 30 years.
Group Legal and Compliance Director
As Computacenter’s Group Legal and Compliance Director, Fraser advises on large services engagements, particularly those involving multiple partners. He took on his current role in 2013 after a six-year tenure as Head of Legal in the UK. Fraser qualified as a barrister in 1997 and has extensive experience in structuring, negotiating and drafting commercial agreements.
Group Development Director
Mo is responsible for Computacenter’s Strategy, Marketing and the development of smaller & new country markets.
Since joining Computacenter in 1997, he has held a number of senior sales and operational roles, notably leading the company’s international development for over 15 years. Mo has helped to shape the company’s global positioning through a mixture of organic growth, customer wins, business start-ups and acquisitions.
Chief Information Officer
Mark joined Computacenter in 2001 as UK Information Services Director. Following the acquisition of the German business in 2003 his role expanded to cover all Group companies as Group CIO. He is responsible for all of Computacenter’s systems and infrastructure and has played a key role in the design and development of most of the systems in use across the Group.
Group Commercial Management & Assurance Director
Jim joined Computacenter in May 2018 and is responsible for Service Design, Transition and Transformation, and Service Management in all Group Operating Countries and is also a member of the Group Executive Committee. Jim was previously at Accenture for 10 years, where his most recent role was Global Quality and Risk Managing Director for Accenture’s Health and Public Services (H&PS) business. Jim has also held a number of other leadership roles including, Chief Executive Officer of Edinfor at LOGICACMG; Vice President for IT and Customer Services at TXU; and an Associate Partner at Andersen Consulting. Jim has a BA (Honours) in Natural Science from Cambridge University.