Infotheek's short-lived former CEO Hans Daniels has re-emerged at HPE, where he will take over as MD for the Netherlands.
Daniels was appointed CEO of €750m-turnover reseller Infotheek in April 2018 to replace long-standing boss Jordy Kool.
But the reseller suddenly announced Daniels' resignation earlier this year after spending just eight months in the hotseat.
Daniels, who was previously VP of western Europe at HPE before moving into the Infotheek role, will now return to his previous employer, according to DutchITChannel, replacing Michiel van Vlimmeren as managing director of the Netherlands.
Vlimmeren will move to Salesforce where he will begin a new role on 1 November as general manager and SVP of cloud in the Netherlands.
"We thank Michiel for everything he has done for HPE in recent years," said Gilles Thiebaut, HPE's MD for northern Europe and France, in a statement.
"He has laid a strong foundation for HPE in the Netherlands, both internally and in the relationship with customers and partners. We can look back on a successful period and wish him success with his new challenge. "
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