Andrew Radcliffe

Managing Director, Spyrosoft Ltd Co-Founder & Supervisory Board Member, Spyrosoft SA

Andrew Radcliffe BSc MSc is a technology
entrepreneur and leader with extensive software
development experience in international markets.
Andrew has been instrumental in leading the
delivery of digital technologies using DevOps
approaches and Agile behaviours into numerous
companies internationally. Having over 30 years'
experience in software engineering and working
within Government, Telecommunications, Corporate
Real Estate, Aerospace and Legal within the UK, USA,
Sweden, Poland and Austria.
Formally an Advisor to the Group CTO at Ministry of
Housing, Communities and Local Government;
previously CTO at Benefex, the award-winning
employee benefits, reward, recognition and
communications software company.

Previously, Andrew was Head of Development at
Ordnance Survey, the National Mapping Authority of
Great Britain, responsible for technology delivery and
operation. Andrew lead the Agile/DevOps
transformation whilst building a new Digital Engineering
capability. Consisting of core Digital platforms and
infrastructure that enabled product, service and
content creation, as well as APIs used to construct new
consumer mobile and web applications, eCommerce
platforms and National Resilience portals. Also
previously a Visiting Fellow to the Faculty of Science &
Technology at Bournemouth University.
Using the same successful methods proven at Ordnance
Survey, Andrew co-founded Spyrosoft. The Spyrosoft
goal is to enable customers to experience high quality
outsourced Agile software development and
operational services by way of a fully transparent
Also, an advisor to companies and speaker at Cranfield
School of Management on IT Leadership & Digital
Transformation topics.
Andrew is married with three children and lives in
Dorset. When he is not working Andrew has a passion
for golf and is a low handicap player


Thursday 18th November

Panel discussion

British managers describe their experience of working with the tech sector in Poland.