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One of
Europe’s largest system integrators,
Computacenter, has lost its non-executive chairman.

Ron Sandler resigned from the position as well as from Computacenter’s board
due to his commitment to Northern Rock, the beleaguered U.K. bank that has now
been nationalized.

Computacenter has set out to find a permanent replacement, and Non-Executive
Director Cliff Preddy is leading the search.

The move comes just weeks after the integrator went through a rebranding
exercise. Computacenter launched a new logo and is trying to push its customer-centric
approach to IT.

 Mike Norris, Computacenter’s
said in a statement at the time: “In a competitive industry such as IT, we need
to be clear on the kind of organization we are and the value we bring to our
customers. The brand rejuvenation provides a more unified view of what we do
and what we stand for.”