Cisco and Microsoft partner Cisilion has restructured its management team after parting company with managing director Rob Morgan.
Morgan left Cisilion in February by mutual consent after more than six years at the networking VAR, which turned over £31m last year.
Talking to CRN, Cisilion chairman Roger Paul said the split had been "very amicable" and that Morgan's duties had been shared out among various other managers.
"Rob had been with us for a while and we just felt it was the right time," he said. "We've restructured and moved on since then."
Paul said Cisilion had hired 35 to 40 heads over the past 12 months and strengthened its management teams with hires such as director John Johnson, formerly of Kelway, and head of pre-sales Ken Sohal.
"We've just opened offices in New York and Hong Kong," he said. "We are expanding our capabilities and reach into new territories and growing our top and bottom line rapidly."
Morgan, who took the reins of Cisilion in 2009 after two years at the firm, said he wanted some time to think about his next move in the industry.
"I've left a really good firm and I'm proud of what I did but it was time for me to do something else," he said.
For its fiscal year to 31 May 2013, Cisilion saw revenue rise 19 per cent to £31.05m. After-tax profits dropped fractionally to £583,199, from £614,361 a year earlier.
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