A Selection of Recent Projects

2011-13

Shortly after Tquila launched as a small software consultancy Graham was invited to join their technical team, since when they have grown from a handful of staff to become Europe’s largest Salesforce.com consulting partner with a broad corporate portfolio.

 

Working independently on their behalf he architected, coded & delivered for First Utility, a UK domestic energy supplier, a series of bespoke solutions that integrated with the client's own back-end systems, utiliizing technologies on the Force.com platform including Visualforce, APEX, RESTful web services, ServiceCloud, Conga Composer, Docusign, Customer Portal and KnowledgeBase.

2008-12

Cool2Care was voted “Start-Up of the Year 2008” in the Social Enterprise category, and has since grown to a £1million+ turnover providing care services to families with disabled children throughout the UK.

 

Acting as CTO from the company's inception Graham solved a range of information challenges thrown up by this rapidly expanding, highly distributed enterprise on a very limited budget. He architected and developed solutions using the Salesforce.com and Google Apps platforms, including a range of bespoke add-ons.

2011-12

Once again working on behalf of Tquila Graham collaborated in a small development team, working under the Agile project methodology to deliver a state-of-the-art recruitment application on the Force.com platform for K2 Partnering, a global recruitment consultancy with offices in around 20 countries worldwide.

 

This highly social app featured web service interfaces to both LinkedIn and Facebook, and Graham also worked with the team from Natterbox to give users advanced CTi features integrated with Salesforce as part of a strategy to make K2 offices truly cloud-based and infrastructure-free.

 

 

2007-10

Railway Systems Consultants was a leading provider of consultancy services to train and tram operators across the UK and Europe.

 

In 2007 Graham was asked to act as their lead software consultant. Using the Microsoft .NET framework he designed, coded and implemented a series of highly bespoke performance monitoring and analysis tools for Manchester Metrolink, Tyne & Wear Metro and Croydon Tramlink.