Tim is responsible for the intricate details of the Wi-Manx infrastructure, including our own Heywood House datacentre. Playing a pivotal role in the expansion the business into new markets delivering high levels of service and technical innovation he brings with him a a wealth of knowledge from his previous positions with Domicilium and Netcetera.
Interestingly, Tim was an early pioneer of the island’s burgeoning E-Gaming industry during the turn of the millennium, which saw him pave the way for the island’s future infrastructure. At Wi-Max he manages a skilled team of highly technical engineers who are known for their exceptional efforts in a Customer Service capacity.
A qualified finance professional with 18 years post qualification experience in international B2B & B2C service operations, at Wi-Manx Andy manages the finance team and plays a crucial role in managing all commercial aspects within the business. Bringing invaluable industry knowledge and a fresh outlook on efficient finance management, Andy has a specialist background in planning initiatives, M&A, network partnerships, project management, performance management, process review and business restructuring for efficiency and cost reduction.
Charlie qualified as a Manx advocate in 2006 and spent 6 years working in the Isle of Man and London offices of Cains Advocates, a leading law practice. He joined the board of Wi-Manx in 2012 and is now responsible for many aspects of the business.
Charlie is Wi-Manx’s legal counsel, handling all legal matters, regulatory issues and represents the company with numerous industry bodies. Charlie has a particular interest in internet privacy & net neutrality. More recently he has been following the developments surrounding Cloud Computing and Data Protection, particularly within the EU. On a commercial level, Charlie has a focus on emerging sectors, specifically in the Asian and Indian markets.
Charlie has a Degree in Law from City University, London in 2002 and studied LPC at the The College of Law, London in 2003.