Sun has lost more senior management this week with the departure of UK partner and alliances sales director Charlotte Selby (pictured).
The move comes soon after the departure of UK managing director Trudy Norris-Grey last month, who was replaced 24-hours later by Kim Jones.
In a statement to CRN, Sun said: "Charlotte Selby, partner and alliances sales director UK and Ireland has left the company to pursue other opportunities. We are grateful for the contribution Charlotte has made to the business over recent years."
Earlier this month the vendor made Simon Culmer, formerly UK public sector business manager at Sun - head of UK sales, a role which has been vacant since Guillermo Marsicovetere returned to Argentina.
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