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By | Kelly Fiveash 9th October 2007 10:20

C2000 shakes up management team

Goes after better salesman patter

Computer 2000 (C2000) has rejigged its management team by making a number of key changes.

The firm said yesterday that its head of peripherals Kevin Wragg had been moved into a business unit operations role.

He will be responsible for overseeing staff training and induction at the firm.

Meanwhile Fiona Cooke, who has been at the firm for over five years, was formally given the nod as general marketing manager.

Eddie Moore will head up the components business unit at C2000.

The distie, which is the UK arm of Tech Data, said it hoped the appointments would help sharpen its reseller marketing strategy as well as improve customer service skills among its staff. ®

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