“It’s a great opportunity and I’m really looking forward to getting underway in this role and look forward to offering my experience to customers both in Newcastle, but also in StoneHouse’s existing areas around the North West.”
I come from a support background, specializing in Sage software. I started out my career in IT working with Sage in warehouse environment, and that’s where I picked up the bug for all things technological. I quickly decided that this was the industry for me and re-trained to start out my career as Technical Support for Sage 50 software.
Having worked for Sage for 14 years honing my skills in their software and picking up many accreditations along the way I eventually left and spent 9 years working for several key Sage partners in and around the North East, particularly specialising in implementing and migrating to Sage 200 packages.
It’s a great opportunity and I’m really looking forward to getting underway in this role and look forward to offering my experience to customers both in Newcastle, but also in StoneHouse’s existing areas around North West. My main role as partner will be to act as a point of contact for our customers in Newcastle, and will be working to suit our customers’ needs in a variety of different ways, ranging from simple hardware installations, through to high level user training and project developments. It is a truly unique opportunity, helping StoneHouse move into a completely new area, and I am excited to get started with this challenge; getting my teeth into this new role and meeting with new prospects around the North East.
I am an avid sports fan, and I eat breathe and sleep football! I’m am a huge supporter of Newcastle United and have been since a young age. I’m looking forward to the new season getting underway, and am praying that we finish in the top ten of the table. 8th position is the new Champions League! When I’m not watching football I’m coaching it; I have a level 2 coaching qualification and work with Whitley Bay FC as head coach for their junior team. Thankfully they are much better than Newcastle.