Company Overview of Bell Microsystems Ltd.
Bell Microsystems Ltd. provides information technology (IT) services. It offers IT lifecycle management services, including infrastructure sourcing, asset management, data destruction, and asset retirement services; and resource services in the areas of project, consulting, and flexible resourcing services. Bell Microsystems Ltd. has strategic partnerships with Oracle, IBM, HP, Symantec, and Dell. Bell Microsystems Ltd. was formerly known as Alastair Bell Limited and changed its name to Bell Microsystems Ltd. in August 1997. The company was incorporated in 1995 and is based in Portsmouth, United Kingdom with offices in Boston and Singapore, as well as operations in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, M...
New Hampshire Court
St Pauls Road
Portsmouth, PO5 4AQ
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Bell Microsystems Ltd.
Chief Information Officer
Resource Services Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Bell Microsystems Ltd. Key Developments
Bell Microsystems Ltd. Announces Executive Changes
Sep 3 12
Bell Microsystems Ltd. has recently announced the appointment of a new Managing Director, Nick Petheram. Nick comes to the business having been selected by Alastair Bell, founder of Bell Microsystems, to take the company to the next stage in its growth. Nick will assume the role of Managing Director running the business and Alastair takes on the role of Chief Executive retaining an active position within the company. Most recently Nick was 2e2's UK Managing Director, responsible for growing the business to £300 million in the UK. Nicks challenge is to take Bell Microsystems’ service propositions, refining and industrialising the models, then accelerating their uptake into the market, whilst also structuring the organisation for growth – thus keeping Bell Microsystems service offerings customer and market relevant.
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