Computacenter has appointed a new UK managing director following an executive reshuffle.
Neil Hall, previously director of business enablement and contractual services, has taken on the UK role with previous occupant Kevin James becoming chief commercial officer.
Andy Stafford has also re-joined Computacenter as chief operating officer, having previously been IT director there in the late nineties.
Following roles at Deloitte and Virgin, Stafford spent nearly 10 years at Accenture before a stint at Unisys.
Hall, who takes the UK managing director role, joined Computacenter in 2001 and held a number of roles before becoming group director of business enablement & contractual services in 2015.
James, now chief commercial officer, first joined Computacenter in 1990 before leaving in 1999 and re-joining in 2005. He took on the UK managing director role in 2015.
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