Barrie Hadfield was among the original founders and CTOs of Workshare, where he served as head of the company's research and development division. During his tenure, Workshare gained more than 14,000 enterprise customers in 70 countries. He brings over 20 years of experience conceiving, producing, and selling software. Prior to Workshare, Barrie founded SQL Development, growing it organically and employing 20 people who produced SQL data synchronisation software for more than 300 enterprise customers in the United Kingdom and North America. He started his entrepreneurial career by founding Information Management Services in 1990 as a software developer, building data matching systems for The Council of Europe, BZW, and several London law firms.
BCW (Business Computing World) is a leading point of communications between business technology leaders and their audiences. It provides knowledge sharing and networking opportunities to help business technology leaders be more effective in communicating analysis and insight on information technology trends, to help the understanding of IT's role in achieving business goals.