He is also leading the growth of our Cambridge office, taking it from a few people to a fully-fledged office in a sustainable and productive way.
His past achievements include captaining Oxford in a Varsity American Football game, inventing a new type of calculator that was patented when he was 11, and being simultaneously voted prime minister and leader of the opposition in his school’s mock parliament.
When asked about his career at Softwire to date he said:
‘I’m enjoying the growth and change I’ve been experiencing in my career. In my nine years here I’ve been a developer, a technical project manager, and run a department selling training courses to a big range of clients. I’m now in a role where I can work closely with people in all areas of the business, and that’s really important to me.’