According to US sources, Mort Rosenthal, who founded Corporate Software, later to become Stream International, is to take a back seat in day-to-day operations.
Although he will keep his position as chairman in the company, he is expected to spend more time on leisure activities. Rosenthal started Corporate Software, a reseller of PC packaged software to big businesses, in 1984. Two years later, he appointed David Skok to the position of managing director at UK-based International Software.
Last year, Corporate Software and the global software services unit of RR Donnelly merged to form Stream International. Sources at the company have hinted this year that Stream will hive off its different business activities into separate units.
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