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Longterm national sales director Paul Lloyd has departed Specialist Computer Centres (SCC), to be replaced by Tom Barrett, formerly Scottish manager, and Ian Scott is appointed manager of the southern region. In April, Paul Simkin, managing director of ETC, SCC's distribution arm, announced he was leaving the company to join TPLC, the Warrington-based ICL distributorship. His departure followed the appointment of former IBM head honcho, Mike Lunch, to run the show at SCC. SCC said today that it "enjoys unusually high levels of staff retention in an industry not renowned for its staff loyalty". It continued: "[Barrett and Scott] are typical examples of SCC’s ability to home-grow talent". Barrett joined the SCC group in 1982 and Scott in 1990. ® Click for more stories

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