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By | John Oates 16th January 2008 16:36

Computerland appoints brace of directors

And loses another

UK IT services company Computerland has appointed two new directors for sales and service directories.

Andrew Carr will run managed services sales. He's been with the firm since 2000 in various sales and management roles, and recently successfully bid for O2's managed service business. He previously worked for The Database Limited and the Butler Group.

The second appointment is Chris Noblet who will run Computerland's service delivery business. He's spent 20 years in the IT services industry at Aviva and Arthur Andersen. Noblet was previously a director of Digica - bought by Computacenter in early 2007.

Keith Wilson has resigned as a director with immediate effect from Computerland. He previously ran the firm's managed services sales. ®

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