Ryan Bishop - Managing Director

Jack Enterprises Ltd

Having started Jack Enterprises Ltd in 2004 in Denmark and moving the company back home to the UK in 2008, I have had the pleasure to work with some great clients and fantastic colleagues.

 

Jack Enterprises is a software development company based in the West Midlands and operating across the UK and Europe.  We have supported clients in Denmark, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia and the UK to name but a few.  We have sub contracted and supported companies such as Accenture, IBM, SBM and Cap Gemini.  Our clients include Carlsberg, Danske Bank, Aviva, Jyske Bank and Crown Cork & Seal to name a few.

 

Currently Jack Enterprises employs a team of 30 team members who provide support covering design, development, testing and application support for our clients.  Jack Enterprises is a premium software development company based on a strong value proposition for our clients.

My Background

Having qualified with a degree in Computer Science I became a Management Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers.  With my technical background I was allocated to a number of client engagements where there was a need for strong technical integration.

 

Having supported a number of solutions to be integrated across a wide technical landscape, I moved employment to CrossWorlds (now WebSphere and part of IBM) as an application consultant - CrossWorlds was a leading integration solution.  Over a number of years we worked across a large number of industries - where I gained skills in technical architecture, pre-sales, development, testing, deployment, application support and various development methodologies (not to mention a large number of team structures).

 

After CrossWorlds was purchased by IBM and became WebSphere I supported IBM in selling, setting up internal support teams and managing a large number of clients to correctly utilise and deploy WebSphere software.  In 2004 Jack Enterprises was formed to develop software solutions, provide consultancy and go from strength to strength.