Arrow's sales director Denise Bryant has left the company, she has confirmed to CRN.
Bryant (pictured) joined Arrow almost three years ago and was responsible for its sales strategy and looking after partners, but left the firm last week.
Bryant confirmed the move to CRN, adding that she left on good terms, but chose not to comment further. Arrow was not immediately available to comment on the move, or on a possible replacement.
Bryant spent almost eight years running Magirus as its UK country manager, ahead of its acquisition by Avnet in 2012, when she continued for around seven months, before moving to Arrow.
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