Former top Ingram Micro employees are flocking back to the distributor now that it is under fresh management.
Neville Ebanks, who left Ingram to go to Computer 2000 during the general staff cull instigated by ex-Ingram MD Sandy Scott, recently returned to Ingram as its IBM solutions manager.
Lex Wallet, who departed Ingram for CHS Electronics, also during Scott's reign last year, rejoined Ingram this week in his old role of sales manager of components.
And Lloyd Pindar is also believed to be looking to return to Ingram after a year's absence.
Sources have said that Pindar, ex-Ingram vice president of sales, wants to rejoin and has been spotted back in the company's Milton Keynes offices.
"I've heard that he wants to rejoin Ingram as sales director," said one source.
Ingram is currently without a sales director following Terry Martin's recent departure
Another said that now Scott was off the scene, staff were starting to make their way back to the distributor.
Pindar lost his job last September, ending a 10 year stint at Ingram.
Scott was replaced by Meine Oldersma in April.
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