David Miller will leave Corporate Software and Technology (CS&T), ending weeks of speculation about the UK managing director's future at the reseller.
David Cumming, CS&T vice president of technology services, admitted to PC Dealer on 24 June that Miller would leave the company at the end of July 'for family reasons', having denied earlier that Miller was leaving.
Cumming, appointed to the company in April, will take the helm as UK MD in August.
'David (Miller) relocated to Scotland last year and has been commuting to London every week. This has been a strain for him and it has been a long-term plan of his to look for a new position in Scotland,' said Cumming.
Miller joined CS&T's holding company Stream International in 1991 and was made UK MD and senior vice president for northern Europe in January 1997.
He was the latest in a string of senior staff to leave the reseller, which last year was plagued with a staff turnover rate rumoured to be as high as 40 per cent. UK marketing director Clarissa Roberts quit last October, at the end of a three-month period which saw the exit of at least 16 senior sales and marketing staff. Last month, the company axed about 20 jobs as part of a global restructuring operation.
In anticipation of the reorganisation, Cumming said the company would continue its shift of focus to boost its services and confirmed it would continue with its recruitment drive for account managers.
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