The MD of Wang confirmed today jobs will be axed in the UK in the wake of a re-organisation which started six weeks ago.
Roger Whitehead, MD of Wang UK, said that while jobs will go "in fives and sixes" his restructuring of three divisions BISS, Inet and Wang UK, will involve no more than a rationalisation of duplicate functions.
He was appointed six weeks ago to do that, he said.
"We've now brought all three former divisions together," he said. "I will certainly be doing some profiling and restructuring. I'm not into any large scale redundancies."
That applied particularly to the services organisation, said Whitehead. "We're expanding into outsourcing arena and we've announced on Nasdaq a global relationship with Cisco."
He said: "Sure I'll have a few changes and a few people will leave. There will be some duplication. We've had a great Wang UK year."
A disgruntled employee said 30 were due to leave, but Whitehead refused to give any facts or figures beyond his term of 5s and 6s.
Whitehead said: "I and my team are moving to Hemel Hempstead."
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