Built and Crossed

Some Institutions and Businesses where I’ve made a difference

      While working with LGS/IBM, I advised the the new Director General at CISTI and I designed and planned a corporate Enterprise Architecture (the first in the Canadian Government) for this ground-breaking research facility
  • Siemens
    Solutions Architect for the re-bid of a major Local Government outsourcing programme
  • Compare the Cloud
    Thought Leader at the Go-to-Place for current Cloud information
  • Intellect; CryptoSoft
    Pre-investment Business Planning and Advice
  • Mastek
    Engaged to assist in planning and delivery to vigorous UK and global growth plans
  • Cable & Wireless
    Managing Consutant, engaged to evolve Pre-sales Solutions & Architecture Consulting capability
  • Video and Interviews
  • Missouri Courts
    Overall Enterprise Architect and Technical Architect developing a 20 year roadmap
  • Driving Standards Agency
    First-ever successful SOA in UK Central Government
  • Steria
  • LGS (IBM)
    Created the first Architecture Practice for this boutique consultancy
  • IBM
    Considered an Industry Influencer by IBM in the Cloud and MSP space; Early involvement in design and definition of IBM Solution Store
  • Abiquo
  • Justice Canada
    Seconded from the Private Sector for a two year Strategic Planning role
  • Foreign Affairs Canada
  • Hamilton Bradshaw
    In Partnership with former Dragon James Caan to advise SME Clients
  • Qatar Petroleum
    IT Strategy and Planning for this $20Bn corporation
  • Early Career
    Cognos, Marconi, Nortel, Home Office, etc.
  • Intelligent HQ
    I have a broad role with the team at Intelligent HQ, from Board Advisor and Thought Leader through to Presenter and Producer of the Beyond Solutions Boardroom and the Beyond Cloud series of video interviews
  • PMO / PCO Canada
    While at Accenture I led a study, selection and implementation of a secure office automation and email solution for use in the PMO / PCO and by the Cabinet

A matrix of some of my old-school techie background (Memory Lane, for some…)

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