Our personnel have decades of experience in both private and public sector business transformation and information technology, having been retained by major global corporations and government organisations across the world.

We bring a raft of real world experience, with our involvement including private and public sector organisations in Belgium, the People’s Republic of China, Denmark, England, Scotland and Wales, Finland, Germany, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, and the USA.

So, why is Abracus different from the template driven Big Four? As well as our hands-on experience working alongside the likes of Capita, KPMG, Microsoft, IBM, Ciber, and K2, we have a number of key differentiators:

  • Abracus starts from a perspective that puts your customers at the centre of everything that we do
  • Abracus has real world experience in building multi-organisation teams to include partners, suppliers and voluntary sector organisations
  • Abracus has a proven track record of leadership in the design of organisational structures, information management strategies, and technology architectures to enable sustainable business transformation

Our CEO, David Gale, led the enablement of the world’s leading local authority business transformation programme between 2002-06 as the CIO and Enterprise Architect of a major UK unitary authority. He designed and presented to national government an enabling IT architecture for regional combined services as early as 2004, and has briefed ministers and senior civil servants of twelve national governments, including the People’s Republic of China. He is widely recognised as being at the forefront of architectural design and strategy for government, having cut his teeth working with major aerospace, utilities, financial services, and other high profile industry players in the Eighties and Nineties. He was the lead customer reference presenter at the global launch of a major middleware product, as well as being a keynote speaker on the EMEA public sector IT conference circuit. He is the designer and architect of TADAG, a component of which went on to become OpenID, used on over a billion devices worldwide. He is also the architect behind the Strategic IT Framework, adopted by Microsoft in its proprietary guise as the Connected Government Framework.