Troubled reseller Gresham Computing has installed a new chief executive after the shock departure of several senior staff members (CRN, 12 April), but uncertainty still surrounds its future.
Andrew Walton-Green, who joined Gresham from Deloitte & Touche, where he was a director, replaced Bill Simpson.
Walton-Green is the fourth chief executive in the past two years and his task is to turn around Gresham's fortunes.
"Gresham is run as five separate fiefdoms. That isn't a very clever long-term strategy," said one analyst who wished to remain anonymous.
The crisis will affect its customer relations because "troubled firms never do well", he said.
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