We will provide exceptional support and communication to our clients, cooperating with them to ensure that we deliver what was promised. At all times we will engage with clients in an open, honest and ethical manner and if we ever fail to meet these high standards we will learn and improve.
With a solid background in Office Relocation and Building Fit Out Marcus brought a different angle to bear when co-founding Nutbourne Ltd. His aim is to modify the regimented project management and design creativity of office relocation to account for new trends in IT, the integration of other services and staffing happiness, which ultimately saves companies both time and money. Alongside his work with Nutbourne Marcus is a member of the IOD young Directors committee and works with numerous other societies and organisations across the UK. In his spare time Marcus says he enjoys writing bad literature and he has also appeared on a TV quiz show.
Patrick co-founded Nutbourne Ltd with the simple aim of bringing high quality service and support to an IT sector which has become flooded with companies who assume that "just enough" will do. With years of experience streamlining varied companies’ IT systems across Europe, he passionately believes in the value of high quality service at a reasonable cost. Patrick is an active Professional Member of the British Computer Society to drive standards forward within the IT industry. If he was a superhero Patrick says he’d have the ability to control time, which is no surprise given his super busy schedule!
Having been with the Nutbourne since it operated out of an attic office, Paul has worked tirelessly with the company as a key member of the Management Team. He now works closely with our clients to create bespoke technical solutions and undertake high-level audits.In his spare time Paul trains hard to run half marathons and raise money for charity. And his special talent? Well he says, it’s being generally quite awesome.
An accomplished self-made thousandaire who may one day give it all up and become a handsome billionaire, Dan fearlessly leads the Escalations Team and all who sail in her.
Samuel, or Sam as he prefers to be called, started with Nutbourne as an Apprentice and has worked hard to become a successful and experienced Support Engineer. Sam has always been keen to involve himself in the world of IT, with fixing things bringing a “strange satisfaction”. He is West Ham mad with football being a passionate and time consuming part of his life, whether he is watching or playing. If Sam is not doing something to do with football, he is likely gaming or watching his favourite TV shows (*cough* Walking Dead *cough*).
Having known both of the Directors for years it was only a matter of time before Louise bought her diverse business experience on board, and she is dedicated to leading the company to new heights of service and success. Louise’s real passion in life is travelling to weird and wonderful places, and as a qualified Dive Master that includes the oceans as well.
Having graduated with a degree in modern drama, Kittie realised that her true calling was Office Management, otters and caffeine.
Using his background in Customer Service, Ross aims to ensure that our clients remain happy whilst also providing support to the Sales Team where required. Although previously working in Business Development in the Industrial Rope Access Industry (Yes that does exist. And No he didn’t do any abseiling himself.) Ross decided that he would remain on terra firma and move into the relative safety of the IT Industry! In his spare time, he enjoys playing the guitar and has recently joined a gym which he thinks is rather overdue!
Awais leads our Service Desk Team. Awais has always been dedicated to monitoring and servicing our clients’ systems, and his ambition to maintain our high quality service makes him a great leader and asset to the Nutbourne team. Awais enjoys playing football, watching movies, and would love to live in Dubai or Morocco.
Coming to Nutbourne with over 10 years IT expertise, from a diverse range of sectors, Simeon is a welcome addition to the Quoting and Projects Team.Outside of work Simeon has the memorable hobbies of juggling and hula-hooping, and is constructing a model railway at home.
Winning the prize for most interesting home country (Uzbekistan), Abduvali (Abi) has joined Nutbourne as a Senior member of the Nutbourne team. He brings years of experience and expertise to the desk, working as first point of escalation for high priority tickets. Abi's positive and upbeat approach to dealing with issues is a great benefit when it comes to meeting and exceeding our customers expectations. He is keen to expand his skillset, when he isn’t spending time with his young family outside of work then he will often be training to increase his IT knowledge.
Our resident Doctor Who expert and nostalgic gamer Junad joins us this year on placement from City University London. He is a fantastic asset to the team!
Qasim likes football and burgers. Qasim doesn't like writing descriptions of himself. We like him though, and he is a valued member of the team.
Being “best on computers” in the company he worked for 20 years ago lead Lee to a career in IT and Nutbourne are happy to have his experience and skills on board in the Support team.In his spare time you will usually find him in some far-flung outpost watching Leyton Orient attempt to play football.
Jade has recently joined the Nutbourne team as number 1 number crunching Book-keeper. With her meticulous attention to detail, nothing financial is able to escape the eyes of Jade!
Having graduated in Film Technology Matthew found himself working in PC World, using his technical skill gained from a lifetime of using and playing with (and breaking!) technology. He came to Nutbourne with three years of experience and having worked with a variety of technologies and companies. Matthew has worked hard to expand his skills which has been rewarded recently with promotion to the Support Engineer Team.In his spare time Matthew can be found going to gigs, or rehearsing with his band Beautiful Obsession, in which he plays guitar and sings. He also admits to watching more films and TV shows than is probably healthy.
With over 10 years in the IT industry in multiple sectors, Anthony brings a wealth of experience to the Support Team and immediately made an impact on the desk. Anthony is our champion pool player, and enjoys daily matches with his Manager Awais.
Brandon comes from working in a multi-site, public sector environment where he gained his excellent customer services skills which include building great rapport with users and understanding the ICT needs and importance of each individual sites. Brandon is enjoying sharing his skills with his Nutbourne colleagues and the perks of the private sector office (on-site snooker games during lunch breaks) and is excited to grow his skills and career further with the Nutbourne family! In Brandon’s spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and he also likes to travel as much of the world as he can! His next mission is to tick off the Phi Phi Islands!
Zach joined Nutbourne as a Trainee and put in the hours to quickly become qualified and a fully fledged member of the Support Team and a Mentor to our new Trainee and Apprentices. Often our top ticket solver, he has become invaluable to the team.Zach has a penchent for Magic the Gathering cards, often spending extended periods of time with no food or drink, showing his dedication to the ultimate geek hobby.
Jo came to Nutbourne recently to join the Operations Team in their crusade for perfect service delivery! With over 10 years experience as a Support Technician, and a dark past in the airline industry, Nutbourne are excited to have a chance to bring Jo's excellent Customer Service and Technical ability together to further develop the Support Desk Function.Jo doesn't get much spare time with 2 young children, but does enjoy raising money for charity, cross country running and the odd sky dive!
After joining Nutbourne 1 year ago, Aamir has developed his technical skills and is keen to kick start his career in IT. In his spare time, Aamir enjoys reading and playing football.
Recruiting a second Matthew to the Support Team was a risky move, but we knew that this one was just the right addition for us! Matt has come on board with years of valuable customer service and service desk experience and hopes to complete his Trainee scheme with us and become a fully fledged Support Analyst soon. Matt often likes to brighten the office with his colourful shirts and jumpers, which match his personality! He is also known for his daily packed lunch.
Having gained a great passion for IT, Adnaan is heavily interested into Cloud computing and has long-term goals that relate to it. In his free-time, he enjoys travelling and likes learning and experiencing new things everyday.
Elliott, (Double "L's" & "T's"), started IT in about 1825, or maybe it was nearer half past. (His joke not ours). A former chef, salesman & bus driver among other choices before he came to IT, Elliott is now firmly at home delivering our more complex IT Projects. He is your go to expert when it comes to F1, Family Guy or his dog, Brian.
Haider is in his second stint at Nutbourne, after leaving last year for a while to help out with his Family's business. We are happy to have him back, with his 'can do' attitude and cheerful morning greetings and look forward to seeing him take his career to the next level with the Nutbourne Projects Team.Outside of work (or perhaps including it) Haider wants to 'take this city by storm'. He enjoys socialising and cooking, and interestingly originally planned to become a Psychologist, but ended up developing a love of IT due to its logical manner.
With over 20 years of experience Steve is an all-round handy man, working on small builds and installing structured cabling. Steve upholds Nutbourne’s approval as a Connectix installer; he fixes and thoroughly tests data cables so that our operations run smoothly and stress free for our clients! Steve is also a karate sensei and enjoys practicing Kung Fu.
Tom is a freelance journalist and writer. In more than 10 years in the profession, he has edited magazines, interviewed 300+ C-level execs, researched and written white papers and briefing documents, and gotten to grips with subjects as diverse as marine procurement, logistics and tech - which is how he can to write for Nutbourne.Away from work, Tom has been known to moonlight as a gardener (he has an RHS certificate!) write creative non-fiction and indulge in philosophy. Right now he is training gymnastic strength and practising martial arts (Bruce Lee style) - both of which are good for the soul!