Our vision is clear, we want to change people’s digital experience for the better. We believe in great people, great service and we're forward thinking!
We’ve created a driven, no-nonsense, agile culture that moves faster than you imagine. And every one of us stands for honesty, for hard work, and, well… for getting on with the job. So, when it comes to achieving our vision, we’re naturally hardwired to do it.
Since 2004, we’ve grown into a sustainable £40,000,000 business - and we’re still growing quick. We’re also 100% privately owned, which means we make our own decisions and control our own future. Just as importantly, we continue to focus on what we do best - designing scalable, cost effective, flexible, integrated network access solutions for national and international business organisations. We don’t just stand out in our own industry - we stand out full stop.
We’re led by a senior team with enormous experience and a proven record of success across each of the areas we work in - and beyond. We’re proud of the depth and dynamics of our leadership, and we think we’ve created exactly the right mix of skills to take our business far into the future.
After spending almost two decades working for some of the biggest names in telecommunications, Neal's relentless pursuit of service excellence led him to establish Convergence Group - and he remains the major driving force of the business. The first record Neal bought was Uptown Girl by Billy Joel, hed be up for keeping a Giraffe as a pet (are your ceilings really that high?), and his favourite day of the week is Friday
Frankie is relatively new to the tech industry after spending 20 years in retail and hospitality. However, she's certainly not new to Operations and HR, and her experience makes her the perfect choice for our People and Culture Director.
Franki's ideal holiday would be anywhere, anytime in France, she'd time travel back to the '20s if she could because she loves the outfits, and the first record she bought was Wham's Last Christmas.
Michael qualified as an accountant 12 years ago before spending seven years on the finance team of Phoenix IT Group. Today, he's our Financial Director, playing a leading role in developing our growth strategy.
A self-confessed cookie monster, Michael's favourite biscuit is a quadruple chocolate cookie, he'd quite like one of the flying monkeys from the Wizard of Oz as a pet, and his preferred tipple is a bottle of Viognier.
Michael’s worked in the telecoms industry for an whopping 28 years, covering everything from production management to programme and transition management, and has overseen multi-million pound projects including the roll out of 21CN and $G technologies. Impressive stuff.
If he could be stuck in a lift with anyone, it would be the Pope, his favourite meal out is Italian, and if he could only watch one film for the rest of his life it would be Shawshank Redemption.
After 32 years in leisure and hospitality, a career in tech is relatively new venture for Philippa. But with a background in managing pubs, hotels & restaurants, and being involved in the setting up of England Athletics, along with 20 years experience in HR, she’s developed the kind of people skills that would fit in anywhere.
Philippa would time travel back to the 50s,if she could, she just loves the fashion from this time. The first record she bought was Jimmy Osmond’s Long haired lover from Liverpool, (Oh to turn the clock back!) and she’d choose a McVities Digestive from the biscuit box every time.