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“On a practical day-to-day basis my role is wide ranging, representing our company within the local community. I am also involved with leading the management team through various business strategies to ensure we are offering the best possible service to all of our current and new customers”

Mark Hope

Managing Director

StoneHouse Logic was founded in 1998, and in that that time I have developed a great amount of experience relating to Manufacturing Solutions and MRP. I come from a very strong IT background specialising in project management, consultancy and strategy, with expertise in both Sage and Microsoft Network Infrastructure. This experience has enabled me to combine extensive technical knowledge with commercial application to consistently deliver significant business benefits.

At a top level I’m responsible for defining the strategic direction of the business and delivering the projects that achieve our continued growth and success. On a practical day-to-day basis my role is wide ranging, representing our company within the local community. I am also involved with leading the management team through various business strategies to ensure we are offering the best possible service to all of our current and new customers and maintaining the high level of quality that has earned us our accreditations. But amidst all of that, I have found that perhaps the most important role is making sure there is enough coffee.

In my spare time I am a passionate outdoorsman and an avid walker having previously completed the Manchester 10k on two occasions and the RYA Keelboat certificate. I am also an advocate for good food and real ale, and show my support at the local food and drink festivals whenever possible. Computers have always been part of my life, both professionally and socially still a geek at heart and I love just how far computers have come. At the end of the day, there is nothing more than I enjoy to do than spend time with my two lovely daughters and fantastic wife (have to say that here don’t I – she’s on the next page).