WE ARE SUSTAINABLE
We adhere to three pillars of sustainability – environmental, economical and social
WE ARE TRANSPARENT
We promote open and honest business behaviour, form long lasting partnerships, and aim to have clear healthy working practices
WE ARE PIONEERING
Leading the way in reducing the carbon footprint of our clients and within our own business
Carl has more than 30 years’ experience delivering core IT solutions within various industry sectors. He is a founding director of Ethical IT and has been instrumental in developing the business ethos and client base.
During his career, he has worked predominantly within the not for profits sector, including Diabetes UK, as well as organisations such as the BBC and Logica. He has undertaken various roles during his career, starting as a software applications developer in the mid-1980s, before becoming a freelance developer and manager for the best part of 10 years.
Ethical IT was formed in 2010 to focus on the provision of MSP services to the social change sector. In 2018/19, Carl was instrumental in bringing onboard a new Ethical IT management team to review the existing business and to restructure in accordance with a focus on sustainability.
As we move into 2020, the restructure is very much underway and Carl is now taking a more strategic role as the CEO of Ethical IT, while continuing to work on his other business interests.
Jim has more than 30 years’ experience of successful IT delivery across numerous industry sectors. He is also a founding director of Ethical IT and has been instrumental in the more technical side of the business; developing the client base and relationships, and leading the technological implementation change and strategic development for our customers.
During his career he has predominantly worked in the not for profits sector, initially as a junior IT administrator at Diabetes UK, rising to a director position at the age of 29.
He then worked for some of the biggest NGOs in various different technology roles including ActionAid UK & International, WaterAid, Age UK and Greenpeace as well as other industry sectors including the BBC and Lovells.
With cloud platforms taking an increasingly important role in delivering customer requirements, he has been involved with all our clients in embracing this technological change, whether implementing Office 365 or moving to Microsoft CRM Dynamics or Salesforce. Understanding how these perform and integrate to the back office has been crucial in our customers success stories.
Senior Management Team
Hailing from Durban, South Africa, Nick has a decade’s worth of experience in IT service management and has been successful in it’s application across a variety of sectors to date. Nick believes that in service the same core principles can be applied to any environment in order to achieve the desired results, customer and team satisfaction. Putting people and efficiency at the very core of these principles has allowed Nick to enjoy success thus far. Nick believes in the principles of sustainability and is very driven to ensure that these are at the core of Ethical IT’s focus.
Erik has been building proprietary technologies for multinational companies. He has a wealth of experience with the entire Microsoft stack, implementing cloud technologies and network solutions across multiple sites and countries whilst working with cutting edge technologies for image recognition. He is competent with both people and project management. Currently heading the solutions architecture and IT security for Ethical IT’s clients as well as managing the senior engineering teams across all Ethical IT sites. He also sits on the board of trustees for a mental health charity.
James is a driven and well-connected senior commercial executive with two decades of high level experience in a number of different sectors including IT, professional services and sport. His role at Ethical IT is to drive growth and lead the sales and marketing function of the business, creating the UK's most sustainable Managed Service Provider. He is a firm believer that organisations can ‘do their bit’ for the environment, reduce their carbon footprint and commit to sustainability by reducing overall costs.