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Biography for Peter Caine

Peter Caine

Thirty years’ project and programme management experience leading assignments for clients across Europe in most business sectors (communications, pharmaceuticals, health, engineering, IT, manufacturing, retail, finance and public). These assignments were either in the form of time and materials consultancy engagements, managing fixed-price systems integration projects or managing outsourced solutions.

A qualified electronics engineer who initially worked as a systems engineer with Ferranti Ltd and as a project engineer with Instron Ltd before transferring to project management in 1981. Successfully delivered key turnkey projects for Jaguar Cars, Cummins Engines and Lotus when at Autosense Equipment Ltd. Joined IBM in 1989 as a project consultant and was a member of the team that developed the IBM project management method. Had key project successes with Ford Credit, the RAF and Midland bank. This was followed by a period of outsourcing account management and delivery management from 1998 – 2004 that included “Year 2000” transition for three NHS hospital IT systems, turnaround of the outsourced service for Caradon and full outsource transition to a new infrastructure and subsequent service operation for Hagemeyer. Peter provided project management consultancy services (most notably O2, Novartis and Heinz) and covered as interim manager in key senior positions (in particular Aviva/Norwich Union) within IBM Global Services.   Since settting up his own business he has successfully delivered a major shop floor systems integration project for Rolls-Royce civil aerospace.

This knowledge and experience has been reinforced with an MBA through Brunel University (Henley Management College), certification by the IBM Project Management Profession (as an Executive Project Manager), Project Management Professional (PMP) status within the Project Management Institute (PMI), Certificated Project Manager (CPM) status within the Association for Project Management (APM), certification by the British Computer Society (BCS) as a Chartered IT Professional and recognition as a Fellow of the BCS.

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