BPM Logic's employees have a wealth of experience in complex software projects across a range of industries.
Our offices are based in the old London Hide, Wool and Leather Exchange near London Bridge.
Dominic likes to see how things work. To him, the phrase 'no user-serviceable parts inside' has always been a challenge rather than a warning.
Dominic likes mountains.
Dominic has a BA in Physics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in the Philosophy of Science from LSE. He has yet to attempt his cycling proficiency test or any distance swimming qualifications.
Luke has spent the last 10 years working and playing in the software industry. He started out as a web developer using simple scripting languages back in 1999 and has since explored every aspect of software development that time and opportunity has allowed. Whilst primarily a Java person, Luke also enjoys tinkering with databases, UIs, graphic design and even a bit of .NET here and there.
Reading, writing, snowboarding, skiing, music, squash, movies, talking, listening (but mostly talking) and drinking are all things that Luke lists under the heading "fun".
Luke didn't go to Oxford University but does have a BEng from Southampton, though he can't remember what subject it's in.
Jim has been working in the software industry since 1999. He started out in consulting at Cap Gemini Ernst and Young, working for clients like Corus and General Motors as well as some smaller startups. He also worked in conjunction with staff from Microsoft Consulting UK on projects and with software product teams at Microsoft in the US to generate new potential offerings for the company. After this he eventually gravitated towards project management for some of the UK's leading .com companies (uswitch.com, upmystreet.com).
Jim has a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University