comScore's Chief Product Officer Eric Bosco has left the firm after just five months in the job, following a restructure of its product teams, according to US press reports.
The former AOL SVP of Global Products was hired by comScore in January to help drive the global development of syndicated products and services.
According to news reports, comScore CEO Magid Abraham explained in a staff memo that Bosco would be departing at the end of the month 'by mutual agreement', following a decision to decentralize the product teams.
As a result, AdEffx will now be led by Joe Lahr who will report to Bridget O'Toole; while Core Audience Measurement Products, Media Metrix, Video Metrix and Ad Metrix will be led by Steve Dennen and his team, reporting to Cameron Meierhoefer.
Additionally, the Product Design and Planning and Analytics Solutions teams are now led by Yon Nuta, reporting directly to Abraham.
Mobile Products will continue to be led by Mark Donovan reporting to Serge Matta, and CMS products will continue to be led by their respective vertical teams.
Abraham asked staff to wish Bosco 'continued success in his career'.
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