Jonathan Edwards DMS - CEO @ DMS
Information systems specialist Jonathan Edwards uses his expertise to provide technology and information management solutions for small companies and multinational corporations through Digital Management Services (DMS). Familiar with the United Kingdom's information technology (IT) industry, Jonathan Edwards contributed to the successful distribution of some of the first Compaq and IBM computer products with ACML, a pioneering system integrator in the UK. At the end of his managerial career with ACML, Jonathan Edwards facilitated the sale of the company to Bellsouth's DataServe. As Vice President of Sales for PCL, Ltd., Jonathan Edwards continued to make innovative breakthroughs in the IT sector. Through the generating of workflows and methodologies for international procurement and services management, Jonathan Edwards began the groundwork for a business plan of his own. MCI Systemhouse purchased PCL in 1995. In the following years, Jonathan Edwards worked for CompuCom Systems, Inc. in Dallas, Texas, where he continued to utilize his expertise in IT to improve CompuCom's unique infrastructure management services. As a Vice President with the company, Jonathan Edwards also formed strategic relationships with three IT companies to form his first standalone business, GlobalServe, Inc., which he founded and began operating while serving a further five years at CompuCom, a major investor in his company. After eight years as GlobalServe's President and Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Edwards established DMS, a leading professional services firm specializing in technology management. DMS caters primarily to small- and medium-sized businesses in the tri-state area. As the CEO of DMS, Jonathan Edwards offers managed services, consulting, and integrating technology solutions for in order to meet a client's business goals. Over the years, and today with DMS, Jonathan Edwards has handled accounts for several prominent clients, including the London Stock Exchange; Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.; J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.; AT&T; Bell Atlantic; Marriott International, Inc.; John Hancock, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited; Bristol-Myers Squibb; American Express Company; and Chevron Corporation.