The developer of the cloud video conferencing platform Zoom suddenly lost President Greg Tomb. This is reported by the BBC.

Zoom Video Communications Inc abruptly terminated its contract with Greg Tomb without giving a reason. The former Google executive took over as the company’s president last June. He reported directly to the company’s chief executive officer and founder, Eric Yuan, and oversaw the company’s sales.

During his appointment, Yuan noted that Greg Tomb is a respected technology industry leader with extensive experience in “helping companies at critical moments.”

According to the report, a replacement for Greg Tomb is not currently being sought.

Earlier, we reported the layoffs of 15% of employees of the video conferencing software company Zoom, driven by declining demand for its services.