Our development team has experience
of a wide range of software languages and systems covering the full
spectrum of software development from assembly code to CASE tools.
We have practical experience of software process management and
software methodologies including the use of tools such as UML. We
also have strong project management skills with an excellent track
record of delivering projects on time and within budget. We can
provide full documentation including functional specifications,
software specifications, project plans and risk logs.
Our staff at tigerteam software have strong programming skills including
We also have extensive experience of server-side technologies such
as Microsoft ASP, JSP, Perl/CGI script, SQL Server and Oracle.
Roy Margolis, Director
Before forming tigerteam, Roy was
Head of Applications Development and Connectivity at Symbian (the
joint venture between Psion, Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola and Matsushita),
responsible for the strategy, design and development of the applications
and synchronisation software for the new generation of wireless
communication devices. In 1992 he joined Dorling Kindersley Multimedia
as software manager and worked with the Multimedia group at Microsoft
in Redmond to develop the first multimedia titles at Microsoft,
including Microsoft Musical Instruments. He then led the design
and development of a multimedia runtime and authoring system that
was used on over 30 CD-ROMs ranging from award-winning children's
titles such as My First Amazing World Explorer and The Way Things
Work to million word reference titles including the Eyewitness Encyclopaedia
series. He built up the software department to be one of the most
highly regarded in the industry and in 1996 became Software Director.
Roy graduated from Cambridge University in 1986 with a BA(Hons)
Mark Tilley, Director
Mark joined tigerteam in 2000, following
two years developing fax distribution and document conversion software
on a Windows NT based WAN. From 1995 to 1998 he was a senior analyst/programmer
at Dorling Kindersley Multimedia, responsible for the C++ code libraries
used in the multimedia CD-ROM titles. Mark was co-founder of software
house Arnor, which developed and published a highly regarded range
of business and utility software. The word processor Protext sold
over 100,000 copies on a range of platforms including Amstrad PCW
and MS-DOS. In 1991-92 Arnor designed and wrote the firmware and
applications for the Amstrad NC100 and NC200 Notepad Computers.
Mark graduated from Cambridge University in 1985 with a BA(Hons)