Roger Timms is Chairman of MCSA Group Ltd. He founded the company in 1979 and has personally overseen its growth from a two-man start-up based in Reading to a £60 million business employing over 140 staff at multiple locations across the UK.
Paul Timms is Managing Director at MCSA Group Ltd. He joined the company in 2006 as Operations Manager for the field service division and after serving his apprenticeship was appointed to the board of directors in 2010 and to his current position in August 2014.
Mark Hodge is the Technical Director at MCSA Group Ltd. He joined the company in 1980 as one of its first employees. Mark has progressed through the ranks from engineer to his appointment as Technical Director in 1995.
Simon Pemberton is Director of Partner Sales, he joined MCSA early 2016; an experienced sales professional, Simon has a wealth of experience in the IT industry.Educated at the University of life he has a passion for customer service and building business relationships.
Terry Storrar is Director of End User Sales at MCSA. A senior IT professional he has experience in designing and building services around his customer’s needs, a strong believer in team work and the development of people around him, he joined MCSA at the start of 2017.
Gordon Grosse is Director of Technical Services at MCSA where his responsibilities include all areas of Services and Vendor Support. Gordon joined the company in 2003 as a Technical support Engineer, a passionate advocate of technology he has enjoyed a thorough background in the industry
Mike Patten is our General Manager charged with managing the national network of Engineers located around the country – Mike joined MCSA in June 1981 as a Junior engineer before taking up his current role as Regional Service Manager.
Iain began his career as a trainee engineer in his family’s Marine Electronics business. His career subsequently progressed into computer services via Glasgow University, Olivetti and Micos. In 1988, he was recruited by MCSA to set up and grow their operation in Scotland.