Datech 2000 Digital division director Phil Robins and Frontline sales manager Mike Bass have left the two distribution companies after rows with senior management.
Jim Metcalf, client/server division director at Datech 2000, said he and Robins 'clashed over their management styles' before Robins, who moved to Datech from Frontline just last month, resigned.
'It came about through changes I made in the client/ server organisation - we could not mix,' said Metcalf.
One source close to the distributor said that Robins has 'gone on what they call gardening leave'.
Frontline sales director Paul Cook admitted Bass lasted less than 25 days and left after a row with him. 'There is no one in to replace him,' said Cook. 'He and I disagreed on how to take our sales forward.'
Bass moved from Azlan to Frontline last month (PC Dealer, 9 October).
Frontline has yet to replace Bass or to recruit a marketing specialist to work alongside marketing and support director David Clark. The distributor has not begun the selection process since the position was created in September.
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