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US reseller giant ENTEX Information Services -- is undergoing major reorganisation, in a bid to make itself more nimble. The creation of two new business divisions should be completed by the end of the year, the company said. With 1,500 employees, ENTEX's Technology Acquisition Services Division will continue to offer hardware and software solutions providing distributed computing technologies to large businesses. The division will be headed by John Lyons who has been named President of the Technology Acquisition Services Division. ENTEX's Services Division will focus on expanding the scope and scale of the company's desktop outsourcing and enterprise network and consulting services. With more than 680,000 systems under its management, the company believes desktop outsourcing represents one of its largest growth areas, said Rick Nathanson, President of the services division. "This reorganisation is a crucial step for ENTEX," said CEO John A McKenna Jr. "We are creating two nimble organisations that will be empowered to effectively and efficiently make the swift business decisions that today's marketplace demands," he said.®

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