Warrington-based Tplc is continuing its search for a general manager after previous incumbent Neal Easdon left the company in the wake of last year's disastrous collapse of its lucrative contract with GCat.
EDS dumped Tplc as fulfilment house for its £400 million-a-year government IT supplies contract amid alleged service problems in September. GCat aims to speed up IT procurement for government departments, NHS trusts and councils by offering products that have already competed under EU tendering rules.
EDS won the three-year GCat contract in April 1996.
EDS alleged that customer complaints about Tplc, which was responsible for logistics and supply of products, ranged from failure to respond to customers' calls to delivery problems.
A representative at the ICL-owned subsidiary confirmed the departure of Easdon but insisted it was not linked with the loss of the GCat contract.
She added that the company was going through management restructure.
Paul Meehan is responsible for the marketing side of Easdon's job, while Les Pyle, formerly of ICL, is temporarily in charge of managing Tplc's supply channel.
The representative said someone would take over from Pyle at the end of March but declined to reveal the name of the candidate.
Easdon was unavailable for comment, although it was understood that he has not taken up a position with a different company.
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