Tom Helebert


Tom has over 25 years experience working in the IT sector. Prior to working for Prolimax, he held various positions in operations within Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), and subsequently worked with indigenous Irish companies in sales and business development roles. Tom’s most recent role commenced when joining Multis Group in 1998. Tom initially worked on the Digital and Compaq portfolios within remanufacturing, in conjunction with the EMEA channel partners.

From 2003 onwards Tom had responsibility for the Sun Microsystems/Oracle Remanufacturing operation, delivering to their global requirements for EMEA, APAC and America’s territories. Customer requirements included reverse logistics and RMA management, remanufacturing/remarketing and product disposals via recycling. These processes were delivered across two operational sites, in Ireland and the US.


Tom Hogan


Tom has worked in the IT business for over 30 years. Prior to working for Prolimax, he held various positions in operations & sales with Atari, Wang Laboratories and Multis Group.

In 1994, he joined the Multis Group as it was going through start-up and was instrumental in developing global sales opportunities for the company in the early years of its existence specializing in procurement, sale  and resale across a range of platforms and technologies.

Over the latter ten years, Tom had responsibility for the HP business operation within the company, increasing HP’s market share significantly in Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) and also in the Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) regions. His main responsibilities were business program support, procurement, sales and channel partner initiatives. Tom covered an extensive range of the HP portfolio, ranging from Business Critical Servers (BCS) to Industry Standard Servers (ISS) and Storage.


Gé van Groenewoud


Gé (by foreign speakers referred to as “Hey”) has over 30 years of experience in engineering and operational management positions within various companies in the industrial environment, such as Fokker Aviation, Stork and other privately owned companies.

Gé comes from Multis, where he set up the facility in The Netherlands. In this role he was responsible for operational excellence in the Dutch operation and as such he created a very effective operation that performed to very high standards in quality and customer fulfillment. Gé and his local team focused on defining and applying supply-chain best practices and streamlining business processes.

Gé holds a masters degree in engineering from the University of Delft.

He still has the desire to get a pilot license at some stage.