The investment in technology to support London 2012 was staggering. Now, post-Games, the challenge turns to keeping it alive; utilising what remains to help build businesses, serve the community, and create a brighter future for technological innovation in the UK.
A very warm welcome to Guy Denis, Industry Business Development Manager, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog!
Guy Denis at Cisco Live UK. Come visit the folks at Cisco Live US, San Diego June 2012
Guy is a Cisco Sales Business Development Manager focusing on Industrial, Manufacturing, Energy, Utilities, Mining and Transportation customers. He has a wealth of experience in those and related industries: he works in a global sales consultancy role at Cisco working closely with customers to deliver innovative industrial networking solutions.
He started his career with 6 years of Army Service (with the British Royal Engineers) getting acquainted with a wide range of engineering skills, before moving into the IP world. His academic qualifications include electronics, software and telecoms, and he is a graduate of the prestigious Royal School of Military Engineering in the UK. Read More »
So, back to the point of this blog. The folks at the Cambridge Centre, lead by Dr. Finbarr Livesey, Director, Centre for Industry and Government IfM, University of Cambridge, come up with some interesting perceptions concerning the UK. Nearly 1,500 respondents suggests that manufacturing has become more High Tech and they believe that there is a strong requirement for more highly skilled workers.
A very warm welcome to David Bell, Industry Solutions Consultant Architect, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog!
David is a Cisco Consulting Solutions Architect, and has a wealth of experience with a number of industries: he works in a global consultancy role at Cisco working closely with customers to deliver innovative industrial networking solutions. David has extensive experience in Manufacturing, Utilities, Mining and Transportation industries. Read More »