Secker In 1975 Alan resigned from a London firm of Chartered
Accountants in order to start his own practise. After 18 years in both large
and small practices as well as 'hands on' commercial experience, he wanted to
bring his experience to bear in helping embryo businesses to grow.
During the late 60s and early 70s, Alan foresaw
that personal computers were about to invade the business environment. In 1977
he joined the British Amateur Computer club becoming treasurer in 1978. Through
the connections made, he met Tony Friis, now our practise IT consultant.
Construction of our own first business computer followed in 1979. Alan has
continued to maintain high level of involvement with the computer industry at