Iain Pritchard

Iain Pritchard

Iain Pritchard is the engagement partner at Sayer Vincent for a wide portfolio of civil society clients and leads assignments involving information systems and technology.

He has over 25 years experience including senior management positions both in charities, such as the Children's Society and the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust, and in the commercial sector, where he was international group IT director for the Random House book publishing group.

Pritchard writes on information systems topics for specialist publications and appears regularly at public seminars and conferences where he speaks on project governance, package selection and implementation, commercial contract negotiation, and change management. He is a certified management consultant and an active member of the Institute of Management Consultants and of the British Computer Society.

 

 

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