Eagle sheds senior staff, flattens management structure

Four of the top jobs have gone at Eagle Technology under a management restructuring.

Four of the top jobs have gone at Eagle Technology under a management restructuring.

As Eagle collapses three business units into one, the roles of systems integration general manager, business applications general manager, national technician manager and northern technician manager have disappeared. CEO Gary Langford says the restructuring is designed to better serve the customer.

"We'll have around 10 team leaders focusing on different aspects of the business with teams that combine sales and technical," says Langford.

"It's always tough when you restructure and there are losses but I'm confident this is the right move and that the future is bright."

Eagle has also appointed several new senior solution architects to bolster the technical support teams and has recently won the Sun Microsystems education centre contract for New Zealand. Langford says Eagle will combine the Sun contract with its existing New Horizons training centre.

"They'll be combined under one stand-alone company called Eagle Education and we'll be able to offer IT training right across the board from Sun, Unix to HP and Microsoft."

Only three senior managers will report directly to Langford now. These are a newly created business solutions manager role for products and services; the general manager of the Eagle Education unit and group business development manager.

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