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Jackson bobs up in channel again after leaving Tiny

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Former Compaq UK channel sales director, Ian Jackson, has turned up at Fujitsu. Less than a month after Fujitsu lost its UK sales director, Frank O'Brien, Jackson is in place as head of the company's UK channel sales division. O'Brien left Fujitsu to pursue other opportunities. Jackson left Compaq to take up the post of MD at Tiny, the direct selling PC vendor, but his tenure did not last long. According to Fujitsu, Jackson will be concentrating on beefing up its channel and focussing on recent successes in less than obvious channels. The Japanese-owned PC manufacturer has signed up deals with Tesco, Safeway, Texaco and others in its search to find alternative channels to market. ®

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