As President of CompuCom, Dan Stone is responsible for providing strong global leadership and operational excellence to advance CompuCom’s mission and strategy. He shapes and executes the strategy that enables CompuCom to deliver "best-in-breed" IT services and solutions to its clients – harnessing CompuCom’s people, culture, capabilities and portfolio to pursue market opportunities that drive growth.
Prior to Stone’s appointment as President of CompuCom following it's acquisition by Office Depot in November 2017, Dan had been named CompuCom CEO in November 2016. Previously, Dan served as Executive Vice President and President, End-User Enablement (EUE), a core strength in CompuCom’s market-leading portfolio that helps IT executives manage the convergence of social interaction, mobility, Big Data and cloud – empowering end users as they interact with each other and their information. Stone accelerated EUE’s growth by enhancing CompuCom’s penetration in the growing end-user computing market, where the CompuCom has deep expertise.
Prior to CompuCom, Stone served as President and General Manager of Lenovo Latin America where he led 7,000 employees across 15 countries and two continents, and operated six vertically integrated manufacturing sites. Previously, Stone was the Chief Strategy Officer at Lenovo, leading the development and implementation of global corporate strategy technology investments, strategic partnerships/alliances, as well as post-merger management activities across the globe. He also held roles at McKinsey & Company and served as a Team Commander in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Stone holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business Administration from Hebrew University.