Our leadership team has spent over a decade enabling some of the UK’s most complex business transformations. We are hands-on practitioners who deliver value to clients and can draw on significant experience of the evolution of Data Management.
Adam Prentis – Managing Director
Adam Prentis is the founder and Managing Director of Evaxyx and remains the driving force behind the firm more than twelve years on. His vision was to create a specialist Professional Services Consultancy focused on helping businesses address highly complex, customer-centric data issues both at the business and technical level. These founding principles remain true today and Evaxyx continues to grow its client base of blue chip, world class organisations.
Adam holds a BSc (Hons) in Management Science (Marketing) from Lancaster University. Born in Leeds, he now lives near Harrogate with his wife and three children. He is a passionate runner and skier, and harbours a great love of pre-war racing cars.
Simon Slocombe – Director of Consulting
Simon Slocombe has spent most of the past 15 years in and around large business transformation projects, apart from a short but lively career break teaching in Inner London. He spent the early part of his career working for integrators such as EDS and ECsoft, leading architectural teams in mergers and acquisitions, mainframe refactoring, and object orientated developments.
He joined Evaxyx in 2006 and is responsible for the strategic direction of Evaxyx’ consultancy team. As one of the architects of the Evaxyx Way, Simon is passionate about identifying and removing the information barriers to change. He has a particular focus on Theme One – Creating engagement with all stakeholders to achieve commitment to a change project – and has developed breakthrough facilitation techniques to ensure that Theme Two – Establishing a common language to drive effective decision-making – is achieved.
Simon graduated from Cambridge University in 1994 with a BA (Hons), specialising in 19th Century European Scientific History. Now living in Glasgow with his wife and two children, Simon has continued his interest in all things ancient, participating in a number of research projects on the Western Front and public memorialisation.
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