Senteq's managing director has denied claims that the recent dismissal of three of the company's most senior executives reflects financial problems within the desktop services organisation.
"Absolutely no," Jonathon Fisk said. "We again recorded a revenue increase on last year's figures in the quarter just gone.
"There are just times in a company's life cycle where the culture needs to change and that is what has happened here."
A clash of personalities and strategies appears to have been the downfall of Senteq's former general manager of sales, Roger Barnard; Victorian manager, Kim Wingerei; and a Melbourne-based customer care manager.
Sources claim a conflict in management styles was a key factor, and Fisk is also understood to have had a "major falling out" with at least one of the three executives involved.
Fisk refused to comment on the circumstances of their departure, but said he is now actively recruiting for a new national sales director and a Victorian manager who "are passionate about customers, their people and prepared to work hard".
The customer care manager will not be replaced.