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Tribridge executive Tony DiBenedetto stepping down

 Tribridge co-founder and longtime leader Tony DiBenedetto is stepping down from the Tampa-headquartered tech company.  [Company photo]

Tribridge co-founder and longtime leader Tony DiBenedetto is stepping down from the Tampa-headquartered tech company. [Company photo]

TAMPA — Tribridge co-founder and longtime leader Tony DiBenedetto is stepping down from the Tampa-headquartered tech company. Brian Deming, Tribridge's cofounder, will take over DiBenedetto's position Dec. 5.

"Tony has led a great team and business over the years," Tribridge said in a statement.

DiBenedetto's departure is part of a "planned transition," the company said. It comes on the heels of Tribridge's July acquisition by DXC Technology Co., an IT company based in Virginia. Tribridge has about 800 employees.

Tribridge executive Tony DiBenedetto stepping down 11/30/17 [Last modified: Thursday, November 30, 2017 12:02pm]
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