Jeremy is one of the co-founders of Keysoft Solutions and has been the Managing Director since January 2008. Jeremy joined Keysoft Solutions after completing a PhD in Medical Informatics at the University of Hull. As well as managing the company, finances and the Keysoft Solutions team, Jeremy has input to all the Keysoft Solutions product lines, and is responsible for determining the strategic direction of the company.
There are at least 100 billion stars in the Milky Way and 100 billion galaxies in the observable Universe.
As well as being one of the directors and co-founders of Keysoft Solutions, Will is also closely involved in the development of existing and new software. Will started his career at Avon County Council in the Traffic Management Division before moving onto the Road Safety Engineering team taking charge of their flagship schemes.
I am endlessly fascinated by the cosmos and how physics tries to explain things at the very large as well as the very small sub-atomic scale. I would still love to go into space and may one day if I get my wish that my ashes be scattered amongst the stars.
Chris is the Software Development Director for Keysoft Solutions. He was promoted to this post in June 2012 after having worked for the company in various roles since 2004. Chris’ day to day tasks include managing the team of developers, and overseeing all software development activities within the company.
While I was at school, for a short time I was Mayor of my home town and carried out official duties such as visiting local factories and being the guest of honour at a football match.
Product Director Mike completed a degree in Ecology before choosing a career in Landscape Architecture. He is still a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI) and worked as a landscape architect for over 10 years at both Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Borough Councils.
Ever wondered where the odd scoring came from in tennis? Sadly, it is not entirely clear but a common theory is that it came from medieval France and a clock may have been used to keep score. As such, the first point went to 3 o’clock (15.00) and the second point to 6 o’clock. Why not 45? As you need to win by two clear points, the hands would be moved back and forward 10 minutes so 40 was used. As you could fall back to 40 (no advantage) with two points needed to win, one theory is that the term “deuce” may have come from the French word “deux” (two). The term “love”, or no score, may be that zero looks like an egg and the French word for "the egg" is l'œuf.
James is an experienced and enthusiastic executive who has expertise particularly in turnarounds, start-ups, strategic reviews, investor relations, equity fund raising, capital restructuring and cost reduction programmes. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1993 James joined a FTSE 250 engineering company where he spent the next 7 years as Finance Director and Managing Director of £50m to £75m subsidiaries. James joined Keysoft Solutions as a part time finance director in November 2012.
Adam is our Product Support Manager, and has been with Keysoft Solutions since it was formed in 1998. He is one of three voices our users hear when they call us for Technical support, and is the main point of call for internal support issues within the company.
A modern Formula One car is capable of developing 3.5 g lateral cornering force (three and a half times its own weight) thanks to aerodynamic downforce. That means that, theoretically, at high speeds they could drive upside down.
Alan has been the product manager for KeyLINES and KeySIGNALS since 2003, and is responsible for developing parts of both of these pieces of software. Alan attends all our user groups, seminars, exhibitions and due to his in-depth knowledge in Traffic Management conducts many training sessions for KeyLINES, KeySIGNALS and KeySIGN.
Chris has been with Keysoft Solutions since October 2008. After graduating from Aston University with a 1st Class degree in Computer Science he worked briefly with an associate of Keysoft Solutions, before joining the development team full time. As a member of the software development team he has worked on Keysoft Solutions products such KeySIGN and the redevelopment of KeyACCIDENT. As the software development manager Chris is responsible for planning and overseeing various development projects.
If the history of the universe was condensed down into a single calendar year, the longest human life is around a blink of an eye.
Andrew joined the Keysoft team in the position of Sales Manager in January 2015. He will be working alongside the existing sales and admin team and we're all looking forward to seeing his wealth of skills put to good use.
I’m currently a football coach for Under 10’s, Campden Town F.C (Campden Cobra’s)
Michael joined Keysoft Solutions in 2015 to lead and grow the US operations. Michael is a proud alum of Providence College, holds an MBA from Clark University and has over 20 years of sales and sales leadership experience. As well as managing the US office, Michael’s focus is on revenue and team expansion.
Duelling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors
Suzanne has been with Keysoft Solutions since its foundation in 1998. Suzanne processes all the orders which come through from customers, and sees that they are sent out on time. She is also responsible for handling Autodesk subscription and customer queries liaising with Autodesk on a daily basis.
The first ever team to play Aston Villa were St. Mary's, and their team was made up of rugby players. The first half was played by rugby rules and used a rugby ball. The second half was played by football rules and used a football. Aston Villa won the game.
Gill joined Keysoft Solutions in 2000. Many customers will have had dealings with Gill whilst she has been handling service agreement renewals and queries. In addition Gill looks after the financial administration of the company.
Jane is the first voice heard by anyone calling Keysoft Solutions. Her main duties are redirecting the many phone calls we receive, and dealing with all training enquiries. Jane also liaises with the training delegates and books venues for our user groups. Jane has been with the company since June 2007.
It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.
Saira joined Keysoft Solutions in November 2010 after completing a Marketing Degree, to assist in the marketing side of the business. Saira’s role covers all the marketing aspects at Keysoft Solutions which include compiling the monthly newsletter, monitoring and updating Google AdWords and Analytics and, liaising with our partners, Transoft Solutions.
Norway once knighted a penguin, his name is Colonel-in-Chief Sir Nils Olav and he lives in Edinburgh.
Richard, or Tricky as he is more commonly known is a Senior Developer and has worked for Keysoft Solutions since February 2002. He works with a particular focus on the development of KeyPOST and KeyACCIDENT Data Entry. After finishing a joint Computer Science and Mathematics degree, Tricky went on to attain a PhD in Computer Science.
I'm a Whovian and keen cruciverbalist, write short stories and enjoy following the cricket. However, much of my spare time is currently spent as a director of the Yorkshire Wolds Railway, helping to create a heritage attraction in East Yorkshire.
Peter graduated from Aston University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and since joining Keysoft Solutions in 2005 has added to this with various Microsoft certifications. Along with the day-to-day support and product testing of Keysoft products that he does alongside Adam and Martin, Peter helps to make sure all internal systems are running smoothly
If I wanted to visit all of my family in one trip, I would be covering approximately 25,000 miles.
Martin, previously of KeySCAPE joined us in June 2012 to bolster the technical support team. In addition to being involved in product testing and maintaining the website he has recently started working on the product management of the Landscape products. His responsibilities include prioritising user requests, end user documentation, training and attending user groups.
I currently own 7 guitars, named; Miranda, Charlie, Samantha, Kelly, Yasmin, Izzy & Jessica.
Mirek joined the development team after being educated at Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland. He has 6 years’ gaining experience with C# and 3 years of professional software development experience. He’ll be putting his knowledge to good use across our suite of software products.
I'm a Sci-Fi lover, quasi-vegetarian, retro computing passionate and an amateur hiker. I like coding and military jets of the early Cold War era
Joe joined Keysoft Solutions in October 2015 to further strengthen the software development team. After gaining a First Class Honours degree from the University of Hertfordshire in 2009, Joe gained experience in software development in the Automotive testing industry.
Antonino joined us at the start of March 2016 fresh from completing his Computer Engineering degree at Politecnico di Torino in Italy. At Keysoft, Antonino will be responsible for the ongoing development of KeySIGN.
If we were to write down every possible arrangement of a deck of 52 cards every second since the universe started, we would still need to continue for millions of years to come. In fact, there are more possible arrangements than atoms on Earth. So, the next time you shuffle a deck, bear in mind that you are holding something that has likely never existed before and is likely to never exist again.
Nate graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in landscape architecture. He has over eight years of experience practicing primarily in Texas and Massachusetts. He is currently pursuing a MBA at Babson College. At Keysoft Solutions, Nate will be providing product support as well as aiding the growth of the Boston office.
Because it’s too cold in Longyearbyen, Norway for bodies to properly decompose, it’s illegal to die there.
Darren joined the software development team in November 2016 after completing his degree in Computer Science at the Institute of Technology in Tallaght Dublin. Darren's role as Software Developer will see him working on the 3D aspects of the Keysoft Solutions Framework.
As well as singing and playing the acoustic guitar, I play video games semi professionally and have been involved in several gaming events.