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Get to know: Mark Langham Project Management Consultant

By January 1, 2017 No Comments

Project Management Consultant, Mark Langham joined the Integral team in 2015. Take a few minutes to get to know Mark and his professional and personal interests.

What do you do at Integral and what motivates you to do it?

As a consultant project manager I help ensure our clients get value from their chosen IT vendors, the variety of technologies and implementation partners. I love the rich diversity of our clients businesses and the opportunities I have to learn about their industry sectors.

What industry trends are keeping you interested?

I have a long term passion for mobile communications however what really fascinates me currently is quantum computing. The breakthrough in this technology is just around the corner and will change everything.

What do you like to do in your downtime?

My favourite way to spend time is with my family whether it is exploring the country, fishing, beekeeping, or just relaxing at home. I am also a Cub Scout leader and Rotarian as I think it is important that we should all give back to the community in some way.

 What is the biggest life lesson you have learnt?

Always go with your gut instincts, they are usually correct. If it is a big decision, confirm with research but invariably you will find your first feeling was correct.