The sales VP of Nordics Microsoft partner EG has left the firm just weeks after it was bought up by services giant DXC Technology.
In a statement on LinkedIn, Erik Kaae, who has spent the last five years at the top Microsoft Dynamics partner, said he has moved to facility services company ISS World Services in Denmark as its new country commercial officer.
"After 20 wonderful years in the IT industry it is time to move on," he said on LinkedIn.
"I want to say THANK YOU to you, my colleagues in EG, sold to DXC Technology company. It has been a fantastic journey over the last four years, you all look into an exciting new future. I am truly grateful for what I have learned from you and our top professional owners AXCEL."
EG only announced that it had fully completed the divestment of its service business on 15 February.
The company said that the transferred business units included Microsoft Dynamics 365, Business Central (NAV), Digital Solutions, M3 and SAP.
It added: "All the employees working in these business units, including part of managed services, the hardware business, supporting group functions and sales, are part of the transfer. The business units are in Denmark, Norway and Sweden."
DXC was formed in 2017 when HPE span out its services business and merged it with CSC.
The firm has been on an acquisitive streak in recent years. Last month, it snapped up IT consultancy firm Luxoft in a deal worth an estimated $2bn and acquired UK form eBECs last year.
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