NEW YORK – Sept. 28, 2020 – Larry Weiss, CEO and President of Atlantic, Tomorrow’s Office, announced the departure of CIO Bill McLaughlin in a letter.
Dear valued Atlantic customers, partners and friends,
I write to share with you a leadership change at Atlantic, Tomorrow’s Office.
Bill McLaughlin, Chief Information Officer, will be leaving to pursue an opportunity with a private equity platform company.
Over the past 11 years, Bill’s leadership and guidance has helped drive our Managed Services Division’s growth and positioned Atlantic as an industry leader. Additionally, through his exceptional management skills and personnel development efforts, Bill built a dynamic, results-oriented team that will continue to deliver on Atlantic’s strategy, mission and promise to our customers.
To that end, I am very pleased to share Kia Robinson’s promotion to Vice President of Sales, Managed Services Division. She will assume responsibility for our Managed Services sales organization, including Managed IT, Managed Print and Document Management. Kia, who has worked side-by-side with Bill for the past 6 years, has a deep knowledge and understanding of our business, strategies, culture and clients. We are confident that our customers will benefit from Kia’s deep expertise in helping our clients maximize their ROI on their technology spend. Bill and Kia will continue to work closely together over the next few weeks to ensure a smooth and seamless transition.
Frank Oriente will remain our Director of IT Operations, a role he has defined over the past 7 years, assuming primary responsibility for delivering an exception IT customer experience. Kia and Frank will report directly to me.
On behalf of our Executive Team, and really all of Atlantic, I thank Bill for his contributions to Atlantic and wish him great success in his new endeavor.
CEO/President of Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office
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