Alcatel is restructuring its Enterprise Networking division, making the post of UK area director redundant.
UK and Ireland operations will be merged with the Nordic region, and director Richard Pitt is in discussions about his future.
"We are bringing our business divisions in line with our areas and the position of UK and Ireland area director is being made redundant," said Paul Ballinger, responsible for voice and data channel sales UK and Ireland at Alcatel. "We are now part of the UK, Ireland and Nordic region."
Ballinger added that the decision was no reflection on Pitt's performance. "It makes no sense having five people doing one person's job," he explained.
Ian Margeson, currently managing the Asia Pacific region for Alcatel, will head the merged operations.
But Paul Farn, sales manager at Alcatel premier partner Powerdial Systems, said that over the past 12 to 18 months the level of support from Alcatel has gone down.
"We are multi-vendor and this has enabled our other partners to increase what they sell through us," he said.
"Alcatel has brought lots of new resellers in, particularly from the data side, but has not increased its manpower to support them."
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