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Computacenter shuffles UK management pack

There is a new name above the door in the UK managing director's office at Computacenter

Computacenter has shuffled its senior UK management team as unveils a fresh managing director for the country.

Neil Hall, who has been head of business enablement and contractual services division, officially took up the post of UK MD at the start of this month. One of the challenges he faces is to lead the UK business as part of a Computacenter Group.

He has been with the business since 2001, when he moved across as part of a TUPE move from GE Capital, and has held senior positions in both the UK and Germany.

He gets a chance to step into the top spot in the UK as the former holder of the position Kevin James has moved into the role of Group Chief Commercial Officer across the Computacenter Group. He is also a long time veteran at the firm and brings more than two decades of experience into his new role.

Both Hall and James were part of the team that stepped into the breach to pick up the slack when Neil Muller left the UK MD role back in 2015 and were seen at the time as being there for a number of years to help steady the ship and lead the firm through the next stage of development.

At the same time Computacenter is also welcoming back Andy Stafford who returns to the firm to take up the role of Chief Operating Officer across the Computacenter Group.

Stafford has a CV that not only includes some time at Computacenter but most recently some experience in the IT services space as senior vice president for services and delivery at Unisys and before that an eight year spell at Accenture growing its Global Delivery Network for Technology.

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