The European managing director of Blyth Software is in discussions about his future at the company. Brendan Holt, sales and marketing director in the UK, said the company was discussing a package for Kevin Adams.
He said: ?I?m basically the guy that?s running Europe. There has been a slimming of the organisation. Fat has to be cut off and it?s all part of a plan.? Holt refused to say how many other people had lost their jobs here.
?I don?t want to quantify the number of people who have lost their jobs,? he said, but added that Blyth, which was originally a UK company, would continue its plans to grow in Europe. He also outlined Blyth?s latest product plans.
?We?re still very close to IBM and the OS/2 product is out,? he said. ?In a few days time we?ll ship our Web Enabler. Over the next quarter we?ll ship Prometheus, which is the next generation of Omnis. It?s an object oriented tool.?
A source at the Bracknell headquarters said: ?The company has been reduced in size here in the UK. The MD has moved on but there are still other directors here and we?re very much still in business. We became connected with a US company a while ago.?
Blyth has subsidiary offices throughout Europe. Dirk Versteraten, manager for the Benelux division, agreed there were changes in the UK but claimed his area was winning sales. ?As far as my territory is concerned, it?s booming,? he said.
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