Mark Allanson

+44 777 342

I am a professional software engineer with a genuine passion for technology who is constantly on the lookout for ways I can improve the software I write and the way it is delivered. I care deeply about the quality of my work and that of my team.

Since 2010: (Consultant) Senior Engineer, Morgan Stanley

Provision of software consulting and mentoring services across variety of projects in a globally distributed confirmations team.

2009-2010: Technical Lead, Accenture (J.P. Morgan Chase)

Accenture UI Technical Lead on a greenfield Prime Services Synthetic Portfolio Swap line of business project utilizing C#.NET (Winforms, WPF) and Microsoft’s range of enterprise patterns and practices.

2006-2009: Technical Lead, Accenture (Assureweb Limited)

Technical Lead of an insurance and financial product comparison and quotation system targeted at Independent Financial Advisors.

2005-2006: Software Engineer, Accenture (Field Force Enablement)

Integration subject matter expert within the Accenture internal project “Field Force Enablement”. The core team provided the mobile field work, integration and device framework to teams implementing the technology at client engagements.

2004-2005: Integration Software Engineer, Accenture (National Grid Transco)

Software engineer working on the BizTalk 2004 Integration of a number of enterprise systems within National Grid Transco related to mobile field work.

2004: Software Engineer, Accenture (Thames Water)

Solo team member integrating a Java client/server application through a C++ and C# mobile middleware (GPRS). The system serviced circa 750 mobile field workers in the area supplied and managed by Thames Water.

1999-2003: Software Engineer, Triniteq Limited

Member of a software and hardware development team responsible for delivering the technology to drive innovative systems for wireless hospitality food ordering. Responsibilities included the design & development of Point of Sale & related applications (Clarion), Microcontroller programs (PIC assembly, Embedded C) and PalmOS applications (Palm C).


Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia — B.Sc. Computer Science, 1999


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