Appointments: Scott Logic appoints David Tuck as new sales director

Growing consultancy firm Scott Logic backs the UK becoming the fastest-growing G7 economy

David Tuck, new sales director at Scott Logic
David Tuck, new sales director at Scott Logic

Following the International Monetary Fund’s recent prediction that the UK is expected to be the fastest-growing economy among the G7 nations this year, with a 3.2% rise in GDP, thriving software consultancy Scott Logic is looking to capitalise on this trend with major expansion plans.

Already seeing success on projects that deliver a wide range of consulting services to clients in the UK, Europe and the USA, Scott Logic has now invested in a new London office and a new sales director to help achieve its ambitious goals.

With offices in Newcastle, Edinburgh and Bristol, the software consultancy is now located at the heart of the capital. The new office is in a prime spot to enhance Scott Logic’s impressive portfolio further within the financial services sector, capital markets and energy trading, as well as oil and gas, healthcare and the public sector.

Chief executive Gary Scott said: “This in an exciting time for the company. We have ambitious plans and goals to grow the business further over the coming years and this was our next logical step, with a number of our existing clients already headquartered in the capital. 

“We are also easily accessible for the huge market that is now on our doorstep. To strengthen this we’ve also appointed a new sales director, David Tuck, who has extensive industry experience and will certainly help us drive our plans forward.”

David has more than 14 years of sales and business development experience, most recently as the head of sales, UK, at ThoughtWorks in London. Leading software delivery teams across Europe, China and India, he also advised clients on agile transformation and digital strategy.

He said: “I’m delighted to be joining Scott Logic to help spearhead the growth of the business and to contribute to the wider evolution of the organisation. Scott Logic already has an enviable client portfolio and a group of outstanding consultants – both of which makes me very confident we’ll achieve our ambitious goals.”

His extensive knowledge of providing technology and software consultancy across various markets ranging from banking and finance to retail will continue to drive Scott Logic forward.

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