The Equisys Management Board is comprised of a highly-experienced team whose backgrounds span telecommunications, consulting, software and hardware.
Chris Oswald leads the commercial activities of Equisys.
After co-founding the company with Gareth Williams, he worked on establishing the Zetafax brand amongst IT Managers and resellers, and on developing a wide VAR channel served by our London base, the US subsidiary in Atlanta and through an international distributor network spanning over 30 countries. He now concentrates on new product areas and our merger and acquisition activities. Prior to establishing Equisys, Chris worked at Reuters as technical designer of their first PC-based workstation and for Acorn Computer on the BBC micro and the forerunner of the ARM RISC processor. He was educated at Cambridge University, England.
As Co-Founder and Technical Director of Equisys, Gareth Williams oversees the technical direction of the company and has specific responsibility for the development and technical support functions.
Educated in Engineering at Cambridge University, and with 20 years in software development, Gareth developed his skills at IT consultancy Logica, where as Technical Manager he specialized in the development and implementation of large scale public sector projects.
Colin Duxberry qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1989, completing his training with Global accountancy firm KPMG. Colin joined Equisys in January 2000 bringing experience from senior financial positions in larger, fast growing software companies. Colin was previously Assistant Director of Finance in an NHS Trust and holds an Honours degree in Statistics from the University of Reading.
As General Manager of Equisys Inc. Terry Mayne is responsible for all facets of operations at Equisys' U.S. subsidiary. Prior to joining Equisys, Terry held sales and marketing management positions with Warner-Lambert and Hoechst. Terry is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and has over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing management, both with Fortune 100 companies and smaller technology firms.