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Phil Jones

Technical Director
Phil Jones, Technical Director, 4MAT
Phil Jones

Phil is responsible for 4MAT's technical infrastructure, including the development platform, customer hosting and internal IT.

Phil completed a degree in Classics at the University of Cambridge, before moving to London to start up a small agency business with friends. Utilizing a nationwide network of language teachers the company successfully sold and managed on-site foreign language tuition for business professionals within blue chip firms.

Phil then moved into business research, working as a research assistant to the Director of MBA Programmes at City University Business School, whilst also completing an MSc in International Business from Birkbeck College. In 1999 looking for a challenge in the internet arena, Phil joined 4MAT. He has since been involved with most aspects of the business, but quickly took an interest in the technical side. He has managed all aspects of 4MAT’s private and public infrastructure for over 10 years, exploring and implementing a wide variety of technologies . Phil is a fully qualified MCSE and MCDBA

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Phil has varied interests outside work, including team sports, diving, running (he has completed the Arctic marathon) and playing the piano.

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Bodybuilding

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