Annodata has confirmed the departure of Simon Pemberton, the managing director of its acquired reseller Keltec.
A statement Annodata issued to CRN thanked long-serving Pemberton for his time at the company.
"After nearly 14 years with the Keltec business, following the integration of Keltec as an IT Services division into Annodata, Simon Pemberton has decided to move on to new ventures outside the organisation from the end of July.
"Simon has made a significant contribution to the business during his time with us we would like to take this opportunity to thank him for all his hard work and support during his tenure with Keltec, and more latterly Annodata, and I am sure you will join me in wishing him all the best for his future," the statement said.
Annodata acquired Keltec – which has annual revenues in the region of £15m – last November, as it pursues its goal of becoming a £100m-turnover company.
News of Pemberton's departure comes just weeks after Annodata announced a major restructure of its own senior management, with founding brothers Andrew and Tim Harman moving back from the day-to-day running of the company.
The siblings will carry on as co-managing directors of the print specialist, with Rod Tonna-Barthet taking the newly created role of CEO. Tonna-Barthet's previous positon of group sales director was filled by Annodata newcomer Geoff Slaughter.
Before joining Keltec in 2001, Pemberton was a sales executive at IT repair firm Datalect Group and prior to that spent three years at comms and services provider PSU Computers.
Bracknell-based Keltec is partnered with vendors such as Colt and IBM, and is an HP Gold partner. Keltec continues to operate under its own moniker, but Andrew Harman has previously indicated to CRN it will transfer its brand into Annodata eventually.
Harman has also admitted to CRN that Keltec's "net profit was quite low" after it was snapped up by Annodata.
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