Dealer chief Iain Sinnott exits Timico

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Dealer chief Iain Sinnott exits Timico

Iain Sinnott departs service provider Timico to launch own unified communications consultancy and reseller business, connecting via old employer

Iain Sinnott (pictured) has left his role as head of indirect sales at Timico and is launching his own business consultancy within the unified communications space.

Sinnott worked at Timico for over four years but has left to pursue his own venture, SMECO, which will act as a business consultancy reselling Timico’s unified communication services.

SMECO will also foster other partnerships to deliver products not within Timico’s core remit, such as IT services for laptops.

The business will serve London and the home counties, in part due to underlying health issues that contributed to Sinnott’s exit from Timico, with a back complaint requiring him to drive less.

A Timico spokesperson said: “Iain passionately believes in the Timico IP service range, so much so that he wishes to establish a London-based IP consultancy through which he will sell our services directly to end corporate customers.

“We are sorry to see Iain leave our team, however, after a restful summer we hope to see him back in action and joining the ranks of our partner programme.”

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