During that time she has enjoyed working with a broad cross-section of companies selecting and implementing systems that have resulted in real business benefit and that experience has helped Gradient grow to become one of the UK’s leading ERP consultancies. When she gets any free time she enjoys being with her family, travelling and landscape photography.
Mike also has a wealth of experience in warehousing (both 3PL and Manufacturing) having been involved at a senior level in developing WMS systems. Mike sings with the RSNO and Paisley Abbey, bakes bread and would like to play Golf again (although by his own admittance hasn’t had time to lift a club for a few years).
He has experience in a range of sectors including aviation support, component trading, design, and manufacturing (plastics / chemicals / textiles / electronics). Having previously worked on implementation projects with Gradient as both a client and an associate, Andy has joined the team, focussing on Infor CSI implementation and enhancement. Andy’s hobbies include playing football, where his accounting background forces him to maintain an annual goal tally on an Excel spreadsheet – his ability to miss open goals from three yards is however unrivalled in the modern game.
Previously, Bob worked for Epicor Software on both their discrete ERP system, Epicor ERP, and their process ERP system, Tropos. Bob’s ethos and attitude towards customer service and satisfaction are values which we have in common, and we’re looking forward to forging new and lasting partnerships as Gradient continues to grow.
He has extensive experience of managing substantial contracts, budgets and staff within a fast paced and technically detailed business sector. His wealth of IT knowledge has been utilised in the past to manage an on-premise server with over 20 user interfaces and implement solutions such as bespoke CRM software. In his spare time he enjoys watching football, spending time with the family and keeping-fit.
She joined Gradient in 2007 as Office Administrator and because of her ability to communicate and a natural talent for establishing and maintaining business relationships became Business Development Manager shortly after. In her spare time she enjoys house renovation projects and as an avid reader has a penchant for old bookshops.
Following a move to Lancashire Iwona was invited to work for Gradient. Since then, she has been learning new skills as an ERP consultant. In her spare time she likes to learn new languages and combines her love of art and nature with walking and taking photos.
In addition, Guy brings to Gradient a wealth of problem-solving knowledge gained as a customer-facing ERP implementation project manager. Outside of work Guy enjoys spending quality time (when available!) with his wife and three young children, playing and watching sport, and ‘improving the house’, (at least that’s his view…).
Away from work Mark enjoys travelling. He is also a keen golfer and enjoys cooking, making him equally at home with a sand wedge or sandwich!! Mark would love to appear on Channel 4’s Come Dine With Me.
Tim has since specialised in setting up and leading process improvement within Customer Service, Sales/Business Support organisations throughout Europe in ISP/Telco, Networking Channel Distribution, Electronics and Software sectors involving ERP roll-outs and enhancements. Tim enjoys spending quality time with his wife working on their house and garden, and their three children who all now live away from home in The Lakes, Hampshire and on the Sussex coast, which are great locations for someone who loves the outdoors and walking their Golden Retriever.
Theo has worked with a wide range of ERP systems and supplementary applications such as Statistical Forecasting, Project-Based Engineering, Contract Manufacturing, Quality Management and Preventative Maintenance. Theo has specialised in batch process covering food, chemicals, drugs and coatings.
In his spare time Theo is the chairman of the Rugby Aviation Group and organises the monthly meeting and aviation related speakers for the group. In addition, Theo is the custodian of a WWII Memorial dedicated to the memory of a Canadian bomber crew that perished when their aircraft crashed near Rugby in 1944. Spending time his family, especially his two grandchildren, walking, playing keyboard, listening to music, geocaching and walking round off his hobbies and interests.
He has worked for several software consultancy companies over the years, and with a range of ERP applications, and like the rest of the Gradient team, brings a wealth of hands on, customer facing, real life experience, from mine sites in Australia’s Northern Territory, to boardrooms of Scottish government and plenty in between.
Kenny has always enjoyed working in the software industry and the excitement of change that it brings, and with the Digital age expanding possibilities in all aspects of our lives, is keen to see what the future brings and hopefully help it along.
In his spare time and indeed any time, he loves music, reading, family and friends.