About us

How we work

We approach projects of any size or shape with the same philosophy; measure twice, cut once. This is based on over 20 years of experience in the IT professional services and application development industries. We believe our methodology is industry “best practice” allowing us to deliver the solution you require.


Step 1 – Client Requirements: Who? What?

An initial meeting will allow us to understand your basic requirements. If our services do not fit, we will look to offer suitable recommendations..


Step 2 – Milestones and Functional Specification: How? When?

Once we understand your requirements we will outline the key milestones of the project for your approval. Once approval has been received we will produce a functional specification of your requirements. At this stage the documentation will be comprehensive enough for you to produce an ITT (Invitation to Tender). Upon approval of this document we can proceed to Step 3.


Step 3 – Acceptance Criteria: Completion

Before works begin on the project we shall agree with you the acceptance criteria. This ensures that both parties fully understand the expectations and outcomes of the project.


Step 4 – Project Works: Delivery

Projects are managed using the pre-agreed Milestones, Functional Specification and Acceptance Criteria.


Change Control

We recognise that the scope of a project can sometimes change during its execution. By using industry standard change control procedures these changes can be incorporated into the project where suitable, or arranged as a further statement of works. All documentation will be amended to include changes approved through the change control process.


Our Goal

We aspire to provide our customers what they actually need. Too many IT companies dazzle their customers with technology and solutions not 'fit for purpose'. We aim to understand exactly what our customers requirements are and work with them to implement a 'best practice' solution.

If we can't provide a solution we will recommend one of our global partners, or alternatively manage a solution with another supplier.