PMGC Technology CEO Jason Yeomans departs

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Finance director Shez Cheema now becomes MD, as Yeomans focuses on his managed services and consulting business ISAAC Intelligence 

PMGC Technology CEO Jason Yeomans has left the business, more than two-and-a-half years after he formed the Vodafone Platinum Partner.

Yeomans (pictured) departed on December 22, having sold his 75 stake in PMGC to finance director Shez Cheema, who had already held a 25 per cent share. Cheema now becomes MD as it strives to become the largest unified mobility communications company in the UK.

Yeomans will now solely focus on ISAAC Intelligence, a business he founded in June 2013, providing managed services and consulting to businesses on elements such as Microsoft Office 365 and SmartDesk, the virtual desktop solution he created at PMGC and has since bought out.

PMGC, which manages more than 47,000 mobile connections, will continue to provide UK businesses with a range of solutions across mobile, fixed line, Office 365, mobile device management (MDM), hosted desktop and managed hosting.

Cheema said: “Jason has lead the business through huge transformational change during the last 24 months, transitioning PMGC from a mobile-only player into a true converged managed service business offering a comprehensive suite of unified mobility solutions to our customers. It has been a great experience working with Jason and our business partnership will be sure to continue.

PMGC Technology was founded by Yeomans in April 2012 following the management buyout (MBO) of Platinum Partner Premier Mobile and subsequent acquisition of fellow Platinum Partner Phonebox Communications. At the time, it led to the creation of the UK’s second largest independent mobile phone dealer.

Cheema had joined the business from the start as financial director, having held the same position at unified comms provider Azzurri Communications between 2001 and 2009 where he was involved in the management team in 16 acquisitions over a six year period.

PMGC is headquartered in London and has offices in Solihull in the West Midlands and Edinburgh, with annual revenues of more than £10 million. Since its formation, it has made a number of acquisitions, including those of Scottish Platinum Partner Veecom Systems in April 2013 and gold partner AMC Communications in August 2013.

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  1. No mention of the fact that I along with a number of other people was made redundant this week. Obvious there’s severe financial problems… not to mention all the customers leaving.

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