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Martin Mulligan, Datrontech UK MD, has left the company after less than nine months in the job. His responsibilities will be divvied up between new UK MD Allan Mack and rising Datrontech star Tony Wand, currently general manager for the company’s commodity networking division, who is promoted to sales director. Datrontech CEO Mulford denied suggestions that Mulligan had been frustrated and sidelined, following the recent arrival of Mack, former UK MD at ilion and joint MD for Computer 2000 UK. Mulligan’s departure was a mutual decision, he said. “I am a fan of Martin’s - he is a super guy, very professional and immensely committed. But the particular requirements of Datrontech and distribution require a certain sort of person. It wasn’t quite gelling on either side.” Mulligan joined Datrontech from Diamond Multimedia in February 1998 as a replacement for commercial director George Evans. ® Related Stories? Nigel Parry to exist Datrontech subsidiary Datrontech chief says company will turn round

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