Will Connors for WSJ:
As part of its restructuring, the company is planning to cut more jobs across middle management in the sales and support divisions, say people familiar with the matter, on top of the 5,000 layoffs last fiscal year.
Part of the latest cuts included Richard Piasentin, the company’s vice president for sales in the U.S., who was fired last month, these people said.
At some point there will be no more fat to cut from the company. I doubt it’s the sales teams fault—it sounds more like people just don’t want the product.