Ian Swinglehurst Resumé

Ian Swinglehurst is a highly qualified and accomplished technical infrastructure design consultant and IT Project Manager with over 25 years relevant career experience; examples of which amply demonstrate that his abilities have remained up to date with the ever-evolving technology sector. Since the early 90’s Ian has been at the forefront of both IT software and infrastructure design, latterly expanding his repertoire to project management of the implementation of some large infrastructure rollout programmes and data centre builds. He was an integral part of the small team that developed ‘Auto Route Direct’, for which they won the Queen’s Award for Technology and has won personal quality awards with international organisations.

Ian has developed his unique set of skills around the UK and in the USA and Europe; he can develop conceptual specifications to assist a client’s understanding of their system requirement’s, develop and hone full sets of employer’s requirements and quality manage the developing 3rd party design or simply create the full design himself. Ian is then able to manage the installation and is often found leading by example, wiring data racks and populating patch fields within technical equipment rooms, setting the wiring standards he demands of the contractors.

Besides his ability to design wide area networks and back up infrastructure for organisations with 275 sites over 57 countries and up to 5500 users, Ian can also design data centres and has all the technical and soft skills to programme manage large rollouts, project manage individual installations and strategically advise clients on future proofing their organisations IT installation and operating systems.

Ian is a keen water sports man, living close to the Thames in the area he grew up, on the Greater London / Surrey boarder and is involved with his local community both socially and politically.

For further information relating to our IT Consultancy capability and experience, please refer to the relevant case studies and the ‘Neustar’ project details in the Gallery tab.