We’ve honed a fantastic group of people to form the Codestone team, and they’re our greatest asset. More important than our products, our solutions, infrastructure, equipment and facilities, because it’s them that make everything else possible. The contribution of every team member to our success is both acknowledged and appreciated.
What we believe.
As our company has grown, we’ve formed a set of beliefs that bind us in our common purpose and that remind us of the value of Codestone.
Our core beliefs:
Honesty and integrity in everything we do
Putting the customer at the centre of what we do
Sharing collective responsibility
No work to rule mentality, but a healthy give and take attitude
Praise for good performance; poor performance is always addressed
Knowledge sharing is actively encouraged, knowledge protection is actively discouraged
Respect, empathy and help for each other, the job we do and the challenges we face
Equal opportunities for all
Every idea should be listened to and considered
Our board and management team operate an open door policy.
Our management ethos.
Our management team are a group of individuals who have grown with the business, and have gained greater responsibility and reward through skill and dedication. Each of the team has a clear management brief to ensure that they fully understand the needs of the business from their department.
Training and development.
We continually invest in the training and development of our team to ensure that they, and we collectively, stay at the top of our game. From technical and product knowledge to effective communication strategies, we ensure that our people are fully equipped and capable to do the job that they are asked to do. Every member of our team has an annual performance appraisal where their performance is measured and where their personal development objectives are defined for the coming year.
Meet the Board
Born in Essex in 1971, Jeremy's interest in electronics and computing started when he was a young lad. So when he wasn't doing stunts on a BMX... More
Born in Berkshire in 1975 and Grammar School educated, Dan’s first career was in the City of London working as a Money Broker for a well established... More
Born in south west London, David moved to Bournemouth in 1987 to study Business Information Technology at Bournemouth University where he quickly... More
A Bristolian by birth, Greg moved to Dorset as a young child and was educated at Poole Grammar School. He was fortunate to grow up during the home computer... More
Born in Buckinghamshire in 1979, Debbie always had an aptitude with numbers, often completing her older sister’s maths homework. This was continued... More
Sean was late to computers. After his degree in Sociology, Psychology and Media Studies he worked for a number of financial companies until he found his way... More