WHY Cthis Limited – who benefits?<br />The Investor<br />Vast experience at all levels of sales<br />Well connected in public sector circles<br />Operate at ‘C’ level<br /><ul><li>At the front line of innovation</li></ul>Distinguished careers by the team members<br />Understand the issues of SME’s entering new markets<br />Financial sector experience<br />Experience in ROI calculations<br />The Customer<br /><ul><li>Advertisers
Profile of Steve Jones<br /><ul><li>The founder Stephen Gary Jones has an ICT and Business Process background working within the private and public sector. He is also, as an individual, a main board non-executive director of SOCITM, the UK organisation for ICT professionals in the public sector including Charities. His interest in new technology and entrepreneurial design and creativity delivers to the market interesting and rewarding ideas for senior managers and directors to use.
Steve commenced employment with GCHQ (UK Intelligence) based in Cheltenham. Indoctrinated to the highest level of security he was responsible for interpreting signals using the latest computer technology and delivering this analysis to the staff within GCHQ and offshore representatives.
Continuing his career in the public sector, Stephen acted in several consultancy roles within central and local government, including a two year civilianisation programme in Norfolk on behalf of the Home Office and Norfolk County Council, reporting directly to the Chief Constable.
Stephen was seconded to the National Computing Centre to create a ‘drop in centre’ for companies who need to learn more about ICT. This entailed working with Business Link throughout the UK.
Working with the big IT companies in the UK, Stephen won large complex contracts within the public sector. Working at CEO level, Stephen became Director of Sales in these organisations.
Profile of the Team<br /><ul><li>Jeff Greening joined the Moment UK team as the company accountant, but quickly had his role expanded due to his office management, personnel and presentation skills.
He was initially trained as an electronic engineer and S.E.I electronics before moving into accountancy in 1999. He was offered a position at KPMG. There he worked as an auditor, checking financial records and office procedures while completing his accounting qualifications. He stayed with the accounts firm until moving to London and starting his own accounts business.
In London he discovered a flair for presentation and teaching, and moved into teaching within the community. He was soon offered employment with several London Boroughs and completed his Cert Ed in the prestigious Institute of Education in central London.
After moving back to the Midlands, Jeff was offered work teaching within the prison service. He was quickly promoted to running a centre within a local prison. Here he lead a team of 20 and ran all of the operations and procedures for this centre.