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By | Kelly Fiveash 4th June 2007 13:20

Computerland hires new exec

Eyes market expansion

Computerland has appointed Keith Edward Wilson executive director.

It is hoped that Wilson will push up sales as well as "maximise the growth potential" at the IT managed services firm.

He joins Computerland with over 30 years' experience in the IT services sector.

Previously, he worked at Unisys in the UK infrastructure division as VP and general manager.

Wilson also held roles at Siemens Business Services and EDS and is non-executive director of Getupango.com Limited.

Financial results from Computerland, which in the past year has won contracts with O2 and British Sugar, are expected on 21 June.

Shares are currently trading at 235.75p unchanged from the previous close on the London Stock Exchange. ®

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