Apricot/Mitsubishi is to introduce a total Internet solution on 19 September amid speculation that it will sell the products directly.
James Blackledge, marketing manager of Mitsubishi Electric PC Company (formerly Apricot), agreed his company was set to introduce a Web server called Infotrade, but said it will attempt to sell the pre-packaged solution through its existing channels in the UK.
A reseller, who refused to be named, said; "The trouble is, it is a good idea but Apricot is attempting to regionalise its long established dealers."
That will mean a personalised site along Compaq and Dell lines aimed at small and medium enterprises, he claimed. But Blackledge denied it was trying to end its channel sales.
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