The future of IBM reseller Triangle remained shrouded in mystery tonight as management refused to confirm rumours that it has called in external help to help it reshape its business.
Suppliers have been told that the Southampton-based firm is locked in discussions on how best to restructure its business, but are still waiting to hear the outcome. Resellers have also received CVs from Triangle employees worried about their future at the company.
A Triangle director told CRN yesterday that it would explain all today but has since been occupied in a series of meetings.
Triangle’s last filed accounts were for 2006, when it made an operating loss of about £1m on revenues of £27m. The firm is regarded as one of IBM’s top UK partners and has been operating since 1982.
One of Triangle’s key suppliers said he was still desperately trying to reach management to clarify the situation.
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