Print vendor Brother has announced a reshuffle of its sales executives that it says will help it sell varied offerings to key vertical markets.
UK channel organisation head Andy Forsyth has moved into the sales and marketing director spot vacated by Phil Jones, who is now deputy managing director and UK country head. Forsyth, previously HP laser print sales and marketing director for the UK and Ireland, was hired in September.
Head of business development Dave Peters is now head of strategic development, identifying drivers for long-term success and new markets.
Brother's general manager for the commercial division, Terry Caulfield, will "spearhead the drive into product solutions" while national sales manager Dylan Haworth will now be responsible for all elements of retail, online and reseller sales, the vendor said in a statement.
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