Kevin is both managing director of SARD JV and Mango Swiss; the software company responsible for building the SARD system. Prior to forming Mango Swiss in 2007, he was Technical Director for an international sports animation company.
Having graduated as an electronic engineer in 2001, he started his career as a principal engineer at the Defense Science and Technology Laboratories before moving into private industry. He built his first website at the age of 14, before Google even existed, and has never looked back.
Kevin Monk Jul 19, 2017
We have a rule that we don't give deadlines for software changes. This may sound evasive and non-commital but we don't believe it serves us or our clients to attempt the impossible. We're not alone in thinking this way many software companies have a similar no-deadlines policy. Read More
Kevin Monk May 16, 2017
This is possible, cheap and simple. You'll need no prior technology knowledge and I'll explain by example. You'll have safe data and operational resilience if you follow this simple principle - separate your data from your tools. Read More
Kevin Monk Sep 12, 2016
Organisations define a majority of their procurement requirements with a presupposed solution. As a result, the winning bid is not as cheap or effective as possible. They can fix this by making the problem, and not the solution, the backbone of the document. Read More
Kevin Monk Sep 8, 2016
An obsession for the last 3 years has been customer service. I love it! I read and watch countless books and videos on the subject. My perception of it has completely changed. Read More
Kevin Monk Dec 3, 2015
When Apollo 11 took the first men to the moon, NASA intended that a computer would guide the landing. The site selection team had picked a smooth patch of ground. But the guidance system was taking the Lunar Module into a field of boulders the size of a football pitch.... Read More