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50 Year Anniversary

Founded in 1968, TCS has an experienced team of Microsoft engineers and Business Intelligence analysts. We help clients in Local Government, Professional Services and the Legal sectors to maintain their infrastructure and use their data to drive their organisations forward, faster.

For almost half a century, we’ve worked with the world’s most cutting-edge technology; weathering enormous change, economic crises, the dot-com bust and the digital boom.

What’s the secret?

Just as the major components of real estate are ‘location, location, location’, the reason for our longevity is devastatingly simple; ‘understanding, understanding, and understanding’:

  • Understanding complex technology problems and continuously learning more
  • Understanding changing business needs, challenges and requirements
  • Understanding the things that keep our clients’ awake at night and how to use technology to help them sleep easy

Whether it’s giving every member of our staff a full day’s training time each week or giving clients an initial 5 -10 days of free consultancy to dig deeper into their requirements; our quest to understand and solve problems has helped us to evolve and roll with the changes.

We’re offering products and services now that we could never have dreamt were possible when we first opened our doors in 1968 and we’ve brought many of our original clients along with us, enabling them to evolve and to thrive too.

We’d love to help you do the same.

 

Meet the Leadership team:

Rodney Gent, Director

Rodney looks after our talented team of Microsoft specialists. He’s your best point of contact for all things Managed Services. Reach him on:

Rodney Gent has been with TCS since it started and Managing Director for the last 15 years. He has also been Account Director for the provision of IT Services to Local Government for over 30 years. He brings knowledge of the challenges facing institutions including local government, as a result of his experience of 16 years as a Councillor in London Boroughs and the Greater London Council.

Outside work, he chaired the Board of Rose Bruford College, a Higher Education Institution for six years, during which time it grew strongly and despite funding worries, built a new Hall of Residence. For over 20 years, he has been an active fund raiser for the NSPCC.

Graham Armstrong, Director

Graham directs our expert Business Intelligence, Data and Performance Management team. Speak with Graham if you’d like to learn more about our BI solutions. Reach him on:

Before joining TCS, for over 15 years, he specialised in major Business and Organisational Change Projects, using Performance Management techniques to deliver tangible benefits in blue-chip private companies, HM Government, Utilities, Defence and the public sector. Since 1982, he has been a registered Director of five companies, each operating in a different market sector, which culminated in his BI knowledge, enabling him to consult at Board level.

In the community over the last 30 years, he has volunteered to lead, work with and/or assist numerous teams for many good causes at charitable events, raising >£1million for Charities such as Macmillan Cancer Support, Cancer Research UK, Teens 🙂 Unite, The St. James’s Place Foundation, Help for Heroes, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, Help a Capital Child, Harlequins Community and Inner London Schools Rugby League, to name just a few.

Gareth Phillips, General Manager

Since 2013, Gareth has ensured TCS delivers all Projects and Contracts and manages the TCS team to provide the required technical skills and customer service to our Clients. Reach him on:

He oversees all TCS Project and Contract delivery for Business Intelligence and Managed Services, adhering to The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) processes, where pragmatic. Earlier in his career, Gareth served with distinction as Chief Petty Officer in Her Majesty’s Royal Navy, which enhanced his eye for detail and the structures to deliver. After, he held a number of civilian Technical Field Service and IT management roles, prior to joining TCS, where he managed a major Server Farm upgrade and refresh, Database Administration teams and a significant Business Intelligence Project, whilst becoming Microsoft qualified himself.