Phil has held a number of senior positions in logistics and operations over the last 25 years, predominately in the automotive supply industry. After an 8-year spell as General Manager at a Magna facility, he decided to return to where it all started and joined THINK. His experience and knowledge of logistics and operations have been invaluable in the development of the THINK product offering.
Phil is a family man with two grown up children and three grandchildren, he enjoys watching football and is a regular at his local gym and enjoys travelling.
Alan was the original founder member of the company and the main architect of the Think Warehouse System. He brings to the organisation 34 years of experience in the software development industry.
Some of his past projects have included developing the software that is in use on every British Gas Engineer’s laptop, heading up the team that created the Royal Bank of Scotland’s internet banking solution and conceiving and writing the Operations Room software which controls all of the emergency response vehicles for West Midlands Ambulance Service.
Outside of when he is living and sleeping logistics, Alan likes nothing more than to get out on the range with his rifles and practice his target shooting.
Chris has been in the software industry for 18 years and has worked for THINK for seven of those, primarily developing and supporting the main product, Think Warehouse. In that time THINK has gone from a very basic interface with limited functionality to a comprehensive and complex solution.
His second love is Lego and he loves building things with his hands and mind, which included his first basic applications using the Commodore 64.
Norman has over 30 years of experience in quality, logistics and facility management. As a young family man, he began working for a local manufacturing company and helped write their TS 16949 Quality Management System. Norman furthered his career becoming a Contract and Operations Manager, managing the work streams of his team of regional and area managers.
In his spare time he enjoys coaching the local Rugby Club. However as season ticket holder to a local midlands football team, Norman still dreams from the terraces that he could do better.
Andre has worked in I.T. for the past 12 years starting in a small workshop building computers and problem solving basic issue with computer systems. He then moved on to a help desk support role where he learnt basic phone manner and networking skills, making his way up from a level 1 to level 3 support role and going on to manage a team of four engineers as Support Manager for THINK.
In his spare time Andre is a bit of a gym buff, and enjoys running and playing football for a local football team.
Ross has finished his second year at the University of Derby studying BSc (Hons) Computer Science. Ross used his knowledge of C# programming inside Unity Game Engine during a team project module to create a 3D multiplayer game. He has now found a placement here at THINK and will work closely as part of the development team.
Outside of studying and working, Ross plays 5-a-side football, and likes to get his breath back by playing video games online with his friends.