Barnaby A J Hall MBCS
Barnaby has worked in the IT management field for over 12 years and has a thirst for promoting IT solutions. Clear Computing has grown from a one-man-band in 2007 to a thriving company in just 3 years. Barnaby’s expertise in the educational field is second to none, and Clear Computing supports many schools throughout the country. Barny’s enthusiasm for the IT industry shines through in Clear Computing, making it one of the fastest growing businesses in the area.
Customer Relationship Manager
After sunning herself around the world for a couple of years Sheila has come to the fore of Clear Computing using her vast business experience to further promote and elevate the Company as well as offering guidance to her team.
After 33 years in the petroleum business Geoff took early retirement in 1999 and worked as a consultant for the petroleum industry, undertaking projects in Cuba, Finland, Latvia, Ukraine, Estonia, Congo, Mauritania, Ghana, and Russia. Other projects outside of the oil industry included consultancy for the water industry relating to New Business Development projects as well as accountancy audits, invoicing Sales Ledger accounts, credit control, controlling Purchase Ledger accounts, budget forecasts & control of projects.
Geoff is now Quality Manager for Clear Computing Ltd having supported the company in setting up their ISO 9001 – 2008 Quality System in December 2008 and gaining certification in February 2009. He is also responsible for auditing the quality system to ensure Clear Computing Ltd maintains the provision of quality products and systems to their clients and customers to ISO Standards and assists in the facilitation and compilation of tender documents / quotations for new computer projects requested by clients.
Kelly has worked in finance for the last 12 years, having worked for some of Britain’s biggest banks and several major private sector companies. Taking on the role of Accounts Manager with Clear Computing when the company started in 2007 Kelly now deals with all the company’s accounts needs.