Career so far:
I graduated in systems engineering and then worked for a giant LED screens company as technical director then managing director. I've been managing director at Chiltern IT for six years years.
If you could be anyone else for a week, who would you be and what would you do?
William Wales, as a search and rescue helicopter pilot.
Cloud - friend or foe? Friend - why make enemies?
Has 2011 been as bad as everyone said it would be? It's been our best year on record.
What would you have as your last meal?
Scallops, steak and eton mess.
Who would you like to be stuck in a lift with?
My wife, Justine.
Have any of your predictions come true this year?
I planned for a good year with strong growth by investing in new talent and continuous IT development. It's working well so far.
What do you see as the channel's biggest challenge in 2012?
Price wars. They start small as underperformers begin to panic and slash margins before they fold. If it spreads, everyone loses out, most of all the customer in the end.
What is the best part of your day?
The kids jumping on the bed in the morning (not too early!).
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