Our clients are given direct links to the people who actually design their software, responding to concerns and queries succinctly and without technical jargon.
Senior Management Team
John Boyle, Managing Director
John gained his first degree with Honours in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Nottingham. He was seconded to Cambridge University to work with Professor Alistair MacFarlane on Artificial Intelligence techniques for Control Engineering Design. This involved extensive research into knowledge management and decision modeling. He was awarded a PhD and the IEEE Control Prize for this research.
Kaz Librowski, Technical Director
Kaz graduated with 1st Class Honours in Physics from the University of Birmingham, then moved into industry, working for Racal Norsk, Plessey and Stewart Hughes Ltd. In both of these companies, Mr Librowski focused on applying Artificial Intelligence techniques to the processing of real world signals, initially in the area of speech recognition and then in the field of vibration analysis.
Nick Warner, Local Government Product Director
Graduated with a 1st class honours degree in Computer Science and has over ten years of experience as a Software Architect. He excels in relational database design and implementation, especially using SQL Server. Nick is currently managing the design and implementation of several high-value Local Government products.
Reynold Greenlaw, Consultancy Projects Director
Graduated with a PhD in Physics from the University of Leeds. His diverse range of experience in designing software solutions (especially healthcare related) for the PC platform includes commercial numerical modeling, neurophysiological monitors and a virtual reality walking aid for people with Parkinson's Disease. He is chiefly concerned with key account and project management in the health and engineering sectors.
OCC's directors believe that the company's IT solutions and services should bring value to clients and the local community in a socially responsible way. We develop IT solutions that will provide positive effects on health, safety and the environment in an ethical way.
We actively pursue research and development and commercial projects that involve using IT technology to address societal and healthcare problems and consequently improve quality of life. A few examples include the creation of SEAHORSE, Europe's first ever HIV/AIDS healthcare information exchange, HERO educational software for the rehabilitation of prisoners and PARREHA glasses for the rehabilitation of patients with Parkinson's Disease (called INDIGO in 2005).
OCC has a bicycle funding scheme which has resulted in 95% of our colleagues cycling to work, has an active recycling scheme in all parts of the office, and sponsors Oxford City Council's Oxford in Bloom on the Plain roundabout.
OCC supports and sponsors
- Young Enterprise Scheme
- Oxford Entrepreneurs Society through office and mentoring resources
- Science Oxford, a local charity which promotes the study and application of science and technology
- Oxford Bach Choir
- For our Xmas card alternative we choose a different specialist charity annually.
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