With extensive project management experience and deep systems development skills, Nick’s expertise represents two of the key components that provided the backbone around which Integrated Project Systems was formed.
Nick’s broad professional background in industries ranging from Civil Engineering to Food Processing to Music has provided him with exposure to a variety of working practices, problems, environments and systems. This has led to the production of innovative yet practical solutions that are both systems and process driven. Nick has membership in the Association of Project Management and is proficient in more than thirty types of software platforms and languages, and it was Nick's background that enabled the development of our world-class software: MyWebWorkplace.net.
Nick prides himself on having developed practical, cost effective, high quality and reliable solutions to address a broad spectrum of business needs, and he carries that client-centric ethos with him in IPS.
|His experience includes: |
|Military – Commercial / Space/Satellites, |
Nuclear – Research / Power / Weapons,
Manufacturing – General,
Telecoms – Telcos / ISPs,
Food Processing - General,
Defence - Communications, Aerospace
Oil & Gas / Petrochemical – Rigs / Plants,
Government – Law / Communications,
Automotive - Cars
Utilities – Electrical / Gas,
Civil / General Engineering - Construction
Entertainment - Music / Digital Rights Management / Adult
Business Development Manager
Lee leads all business-to-business activities – both within UK and globally. He is responsible for providing strategic direction and insight to maximise business profitability and enhance customer satisfaction. Lee has over 15 years of experience, spanning various roles and functions in the IT industry, including 5 years in international markets.
Lee joined Integrated Project Systems from Kale Software Ltd (a leading IT consultancy), where he held the position of Senior Consultant, based in Northern Ireland. He has devised, developed and supported numerous online business to business applications.
05 January 2011, Administrator