Digital CEO Robert Palmer last week announced a reorganisation of the company's sales structure aimed at reviving flagging PC sales.
The restructuring merges the company's PC business with the systems business, giving customers a single one point of contact. Palmer has appointed Bruce Claftin as vice president of worldwide sales and marketing to head the unit. Claftin, former vice president of Digital's PC division, said he expected to have completed the restructuring by July. "There will not be one customer relationship changed as a result of this announcement," he said. "A customer relationship is like fine china, easy to break and hard to repair."
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