The post-integration Compaq team continues to take shape, with a further round of appointments announced last week.
Tony Bill, manager of Compaq's enterprise computing group, took his turn to release the extensive line-up of hotshots he hopes will maintain the company's foothold in the high-end corporate market.
Steve Kendrick (Digital) will continue in his role of marketing manager for the high-performance server line (high-end AlphaServers).
Stevan Caldwell (Digital) is product manager for AlphaServers, with joint responsibility for AlphaServer products and related peripherals.
Jeff Higgs (Digital) is server specialist, responsible for promoting the features of the AlphaServers and future strategies for the product line.
Terry Steer (Compaq) has been appointed to the role of product marketing manager for the Intel-based industry standard server line.
Elizabeth Hamilton (Compaq) is now assistant product manager, industry standard servers, reporting to Steer.
The position of product marketing manager, mainstream servers, also reporting to Steer, is yet to be filled.
Stephen Bovis (Compaq) is now marketing manager, storage, responsible for maintaining the momentum of Compaq's storage business.
Mark Nielsen (Compaq), who will report to Bovis, has been appointed as product marketing manager for server storage.
Joanne Preston (Compaq) is assistant product manager for storage, reporting to Bovis.
Simon Penny (Compaq) will continue in his role of storage specialist and is to be a sales resource to Bovis' team on a national basis.
Phil Sampson (Compaq) is now storage specialist with a strong focus on evangelising Compaq's storage offerings nationwide.
Andrew Susa (Compaq) has been appointed as product marketing manager, WAN products. He will liase with Compaq's networking systems integration services (NSIS) division.
Malcolm Green (Compaq) has taken on the role of product marketing manager, LAN products.
Tony Ignatavicius (Compaq) is now product marketing manager, workstations, and is responsible for driving greater volumes in the Intel and Alpha-based workstation businesses.
A workstation sales specialist role, involving work with enterprise and business sales teams to identify and drive workstation sales, will remain open.
Mark Cole (Compaq) has been appointed as manager, enterprise solutions group.
Steve Lambley (Compaq) will continue as Internet/e-commerce marketing manager.
Peter Katsoulotos (Compaq) will take on the role of SAP solutions marketing manager with the charter to continue growing Compaq's share of the NT-based R/3 market.
Peter Neeson (Digital) has been appointed to the newly created position of solution partner program manager.
Lee McCann (Compaq) will continue in her role of solutions group coordinator, supporting the marketing activities of the solutions and program managers.
A vacancy for ERP solutions manager will remain open and an external search will be conducted.