The scope for technology to transform the speed, scale, and agility of your organisation has never been greater. But change can be slow and difficult.
At Scott Logic, we love difficult. Our 300 UK-based consultants collaborate with some of the world's biggest enterprises, providing a pragmatic approach to software development and delivering measurable value through insightful technology advice. If you want a partner to tackle the increasingly complex software challenges faced by your organisation, we’d love to talk.
Our leadership team and experienced consultants are driven by a clear set of values that underpin all our client relationships
We’re incredibly proud of our consultants and the brilliant results they achieve for our clients. Much of this comes down to our passion for technology, innovation and doing things right.
We are trusted by our clients to solve big, business-critical challenges. We return this respect by recognising the needs and contributions of every member of the project team, and creating a delivery culture that treats every individual with the respect they deserve.
We value and encourage creativity and forward-thinking from every member of our team. Our consultants embrace complex challenges and will always push for results beyond the norm.
We always take time to understand the needs of end-users, clients and developers alike. We then use short, iterative delivery cycles and create frequent releases that deliver more informed and effective outcomes.
When a project is live, our consultants are fully immersed. We deliver and communicate clearly, listening and reacting to feedback, and always focusing on the very best client outcomes.
We aim to exceed client expectations with every project
This culture is set by our leadership team who have years of experience building smart, people-focused, technology businesses.
Stephen joined Scott Logic in January 2021. He leads our Executive Team providing vision and direction to our mission to help our Clients leverage technical innovation to transform their businesses. Stephen has over 20 years of leadership experience from private enterprise and public bodies including ITV, The Co-operative Group and the UK’s Government Digital Service. He has also worked extensively for consulting services organisations delivering mission-critical solutions for businesses’ most complex challenges.
Colin divides his time between leading the R&D team and providing advisory consultancy to clients. Widely recognised as a thought leader, Colin has a reputation throughout development circles as an expert in mobile technologies. He has also directed the team that developed a Securities Lending System for one of the world’s most instantly recognisable banks. A published author, blogger and tech visionary, Colin still finds time to practise his considerable skills as a 7-ball juggler.
Graham is a designer and developer working on complex systems across desktop, web and mobile. As Innovation Director at Scott Logic, he works with clients across financial services, public sector and energy, creating everything from direct-to-consumer investment platforms and chatbots to research, trading and analysis tools. He delights in pushing at what is possible, to discover beautiful, effective solutions to problems.
We're developing the Scottish Government’s digital identity platform
Scott Logic has been awarded a new contract to act as implementation and development partner on the Scottish Government's digital identity programme, designed to enable members of the public to confirm their eligibility for a public service or benefit online.
The Gender Pay Gap Report gives a high-level snapshot of pay within an organisation, showing the differences in average pay between all male and female employees, irrespective of their role or seniority. We have produced our Gender Pay Gap Report based on a snapshot date of 5 April 2021 and you can download it here.
Scott Logic inducted into Durham University’s Chancellor’s Circle
Scott Logic has been inducted into the Chancellor’s Circle of Durham University in recognition of our contribution to the establishment of the Durham Inspired Computer Science Scholarship, and in recognition of our named Scott Logic Lecture Theatre in the university’s new Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences Building.