Trevor is a pro-active, experienced Global IT Business Transformation Director with a successful track record of delivering large-scale business transformation programmes, within blue-chip Retail, FMCG, Utilities, Financial Service, Local / Central Government and Education sectors.
Trevor has built a strong reputation for being professional, driven, and solution-focused, providing businesses with a strong strategic direction. He delivers analytical problem-solving solutions and the development of continuous improvement strategies; acting as an effective bridge between the technical/commercial and management teams to ensure a common understanding of the programmes at all levels.
Bringing attention to detail, leadership, clarity, pace and direction to his programme delivery Trevor’s key areas of demonstrable expertise include; multiple ERP (Microsoft Dynamics, M3) implementations, troubleshooting existing programmes, assessing complex business requirements, delivering effective transformation strategies and consistently meeting challenging commercial objectives. Managing business transformation programmes teams through full lifecycle delivery, to deliver on time, to budget and specification. IT technology and ERP requirement definition, selection, implementation & exploitation. Delivering operational change through people, processes and technology to drive efficiency & service delivery. Leading organisational transformational change programmes. Appropriate stakeholder management at all levels through the business.
“I worked with Trevor on a high profile project for about 12 months: his relaxed and totally professional management style gave focus and confidence to the team, and he guided the project with a pragmatic and clear-sighted approach which ensured that everyone worked towards known and achievable targets. I hope to work with Trevor again in the future, and recommend him to any project in need of someone who can interface effectively between the client management team and the project delivery team: a ‘can-do’ but not a ‘yes’ man.”