Who Opus is for

Opus members are digital entrepreneurs, coding artisans and tech facilitators….

Have a read of the profiles below to see if there’s a cultural fit.

Dr. Amy McKee

As a Consultant Clinical Psychologist I have observed online behaviour as an extension of offline activity and the two constructs are intrinsically linked. Making informed, professional inferences over online activity can support and assist businesses who want to use these insights in an ethical, supportive and constructive manner.

Mark Wiseman

Having worked in corporate business for many years I have seen how big business has taken advantage of cloud technology to save money and have a better business. Smaller businesses often find IT inaccessible so are falling behind and that’s just not fair. I make sure we demystify the cloud by speaking in plain English and provide our enterprise experience at an SME price so that ALL businesses get the cost savings, efficiency and security that the latest technology offers.

John Ainsworth

As an infrastructure consultant embracing the pace of technological change in cloud computing has helped me break the traditional constraints of Office and datacentres. The explosion of cloud services has allowed work to become flexible and mobile whilst increasing productivity and enabling a significantly improved work/life balance.

Tom Jennings

As a millennial, I hardly recall a world pre-internet. Growing up coinciding with the development of smartphone technology and social media, not only gives me lifelong experience in their ever adapting functionality and marketing capabilities but it's built into me, an eagerness to know the next social platform and have the upcoming gizmo on pre-order... Unashamedly an Apple junky!

Dave McMullen

Never in history has there been a better time for you to start and grow a business that brings excitement and makes an inspiring difference to the world. By creating hundreds more digitally empowered teams and business leaders, we will transform Warrington and create a town that works for more people.

Chris Nutley

Having been an event management professional for twenty years, I have witnessed the growing importance of digital media and technology within the industry. By embracing technological developments we are able to utilise event-streaming platforms and deliver more engaging customer experiences across our events.

Andy Connell

Growing up in the '80s with great movies like Star Wars, Blade Runner, War Games, Tron and Weird Science, I've always had a deep interest in tech. Having had some great jobs, in communications with Orange, BT and The Royal Corps of Signals [UK Army], I now design, develop and market websites.

My business, uses a diverse range of tech & digital products to help my own customers get online, not only with a great looking website but we also help clients with cloud-based IT solutions and internet security for themselves and their business.

Stephen McManus

With digital and tech moving fast it's essential that, as an individual in business, I remain ahead of the curve. This allows me to continue to help local businesses reinvent and accelerate by uniting creativity, technology and data.

Shelle Bradley

Dedicated customer service professional, who loves music, sport and butting in conversations. Ensuring a smooth customer journey for our clients via our online entry systems and customer service routes.

Phil Rodgers

We are surrounded by and benefit in new ways from technology day in day out, we all consume and enjoy it. It improves lives significantly and to help businesses to transform the old ways to the new ways is hugely rewarding. Helping to do more, increase revenue, spend less, reduce risk, be more efficient and have peace of mind is all delivered by tech’s new ways. Who doesn’t want to enjoy that?

Neil Taylor

With travel being a huge part of my role, digital systems and technology provide me with all the tools that I need to communicate with colleagues and customers, access and share information, and work effectively and efficiently. No matter whether I’m in the office or on the road, anywhere in the world!

Michael Lyon

Keeping track of customers and leads, as well as their conversations, quotes and invoices, would be a time consuming and difficult task if it wasn’t for the use of CRM systems & digital invoicing systems, and cross-software integration between these and email.