Daniel Steadman has been promoted to the role of senior consultant in the professional services team at C5 Alliance following five years with the company.
Mr Steadman graduated from the University of Lincoln with a 1st class degree in Games Computing. He joined the technology solutions provider in 2013; during his time as a consultant he has gained exposure to numerous projects and technologies.
C5’s professional services team works with businesses going through changes providing strategic consulting, risk management and solution design.
Mr Steadman currently specialises in Microsoft .NET, SharePoint and Nintex Workflow and Forms development, with additional skills in database development and performing data migrations. He’s continued to develop and hone his technical skills since joining the company, with a particular focus on project planning, communication and projection management.
Matthew Thornton, director of professional services at C5 Alliance said: “Dan has been a great asset to the professional services team and we’re sure he will continue to prove himself as an invaluable member here.
He’s particularly involved in helping clients with any regulation and compliance needs – he designed a system that enables scheduled review of internal policies and procedures to ensure that everything is kept up-to-date which will be especially important ahead of EU GDPR being introduced in 2018.
As always, we’re committed to rewarding success and maintaining a high level of service for our clients, which is exactly what Dan provides.”
“From an early age I always wanted to be a computer game developer, I enjoyed creating things through my different hobbies – arts and crafts, electronics, games and computing to carpentry. Translating those passions into work is easy with C5, they enable me to continue to build my experience and develop my expertise with up-to-date technologies across a variety of projects,” Mr Steadman explained.