Fujitsu grants Arrow and Ingram stay of execution as Entatech axed

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Fujitsu grants Arrow and Ingram stay of execution as Entatech axed

Arrival of new top brass at Arrow and Ingram prompts Fujitsu to give duo another six months to prove worth

Fujitsu has granted Ingram Micro and Arrow a six-month stay of execution after axing Entatech in a distribution review. The hardware vendor has served Entatech notice but is holding off making a decision...

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