Accountancy software vendor Scala has been rocked by the departure of three senior managers, including UK MD David Carver.
The company confirmed last week that channel business manager Helen Handley and direct sales manager George White, who had both been there for eight months, had left as well as Carver. The shake-up occurred after Bob Smith, the former head of Scala Switzerland, was brought into run the UK.
One source said: ?Scala?s in a mess because it hasn?t been able to grow its channel.?
Smith did not rule out further changes. ?When there is new management some people decide to resign. There will be one or two more,? he said.
Scala plunged into the red in 1996 with a loss of $7.6 million on turnover of $20.3 million. It made a profit of $150,000 in 1995. The UK arm started selling direct last September, three months after the subsidiary was sold by Carver to Scala (PC Dealer, 16 October, 1996).
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