David joined Centrality as its new Chief Executive Officer in June 2018, tasked with leading company’s next phase of growth. David has worked within the IT and Telecommunications sector for over 25 years, in a number of executive leadership positions. Prior to Centrality David was Chief Operating Officer at Anatwine, an eCommerce platform that connects the world’s leading retailers and brands. His IT career started with a small technology start up that invented Text messaging and mobile prepaid technology which experienced unprecedented growth.
He has a passion for customers, service and people, and won numerous industry awards including MEFFY Innovation in Engagement, National employer National Apprenticeship award , and Microsoft Apprentice of the Year. He is a former National apprentice ambassador, SME advisor to the skills funding agency, and played an active role in the formation of Trail blazer apprenticeships.
David lives in a small village in West Oxfordshire and outside work enjoys coaching Rugby and football.
Daniel joined Centrality in 1999 and has helped grow the company from its early days of two employees and one customer to its present position. He has overseen various product areas during his time at the company including ‘End User Compute’ build designs with large scale deployments and ongoing management, product testing, software packaging, on-premise and AWS/Azure cloud server migrations, WAN deployments, and managing a 24/7 operations centre.
Daniel has overall responsibility for the Professional Services Team and Security and ensures the organisation retains its UKAS-accredited ISO 27001 certification in addition to ensuring the company and its employees retain Microsoft Gold Partner status.
Daniel is a shareholder and Director of the company and sits on the Board, and has love of theatre, film and arts.
Adam joined Centrality as Chief Financial Officer in January 2020. Adam is responsible for leading the Financial function and ensuring 1st class financial controls and support are maintained within the business. Adam supports David to plan and execute the growth strategy for the business. Adam has an extensive background in finance and senior leadership having most recently led Biogen (UK) Limited (The UK leading Anaerobic Digestion operator) as Managing Director through a period of significant expansion. Prior to Biogen Adam held various financial management roles at Argos, Homebase and DHL. Adam lives with his family in Bedfordshire and enjoys live music and home renovation.
Simon has a long history with Centrality beginning in 2001 when as Retail Systems Manager for Laurel Pub Co he engaged Centrality to develop and deliver a Managed Build solution for their Outlet Estate of 600 pubs.
In 2005 Simon left Laurel to form his own company to enable him to focus on delivering challenging multi-site end user projects. Since then Simon has delivered multi million pound programmes of work for clients such as XN Checkout, Torex Retail, Thistle and Guoman Hotels, NSL Services and Stonegate Pub Company.
Simon has subsequently undertaken a number of interim roles with Centrality from Programme Manager to Operations Director. Simon has recently transferred to being a permanent employee, leading the Sales and Marketing team and has responsibility for driving the commercial sales of the business aligned to companies exciting growth strategy.
Outside of Centrality Simon is kept busy with a young family and (when time allows) enjoys Skiing and watching Rugby.
Anna has been with Centrality since January 2019, in the newly created role of Head of HR & Talent. Before this, she spent 13 years in various HR roles in the public sector (local government), including 10 years as an HR Business Partner. A Chartered Member of the CIPD, her HR experience includes employee relations, recruitment, employment law, L&D and employee engagement. She is also a qualified coach.
Anna is responsible for delivering our People Strategy and her main focus at present is looking at how we grow, develop and retain our talent.
Outside of work, her two young children keep her pretty busy, but she also enjoys reading, going to dance and spinning classes and yoga.