Paul Cook, sales director at Computer 2000, has resigned after three years with the distributor. Julian Klein, former UK channel sales director of Apple and erstwhile UK director of Xerox Channels Group, will replace him. According to a C2000 statement, Cook is leaving to pursue 'new challenges'.
Graeme Watt, managing director of C2000, said: 'Paul and Julian are both very high-calibre individuals. We are sad to lose Paul, but he has decided to move on.' The move marks the return of Klein to C2000, whose previous period lasted six years, first as general manager and subsequently product marketing director. He left two years ago to become sales director at Apple UK. He left in November 1998 for Xerox where he has spent six months.
Chief exec Jens Montanana claims Logicalis performed well despite 'currency headwinds'
All the photos from last night's event, which saw over 600 people congregate at the Hilton London Bankside
Five year deal with Essex NHS Trust will cover 400 sites, including hospitals, clinics and GP practices
18 individuals and three companies walked away as winners at CRN's inaugural Women in Channel Awards last night