Lexmark channel manager, Neil Campbell, has left his post after less than 12 months.
He was appointed Lexmark's first local channel manager in February last year.
Prior to that, he spent more than five years with HP.
His 18-year history in IT also includes stints with vendors, Corel, Quantum and NetComm. He also spent time with channel players such as Merisel, it. Connexions and Bull Information Systems.
He left the printer vendor last month. A Lexmark spokesperson said Campbell's departure came amidst its realignment of management, product and sales teams into three key market segments: consumer, SMB and enterprise and government. Previously, staff were largely tied to product categories, the spokesperson said.
As a result, Lexmark would not be directly replacing Campbell and planned to recruit a general manager of SMB to oversee the entire division.
Repeated attempts to contact Campbell about his future plans were unanswered at time of press.