Sinclair has an extensive career in telecommunications and software engineering and has played a leading role in a number of ground breaking initiatives throughout the years. His early career encompassed early work on digital communication platforms, such as the world beating Keyboard Business trading platform, development of the very early web based applications and the development of software engineering management and quality processes and tools which led to the development of the first ISO certified environment for software development worldwide.
He has been responsible for the creation of highly successful research programmes at BT’s research laboratories , and moved on to create two world leading software engineering centres in Ipswich and Glasgow, which were responsible for the early work on intelligent networks and distruibuted object orientated systems platforms. He then took on responsibility for BT’s major systems programmes, including the Customer Services System, for which he was awarded the Martlesham Medal, in recognition of his contribution to significant technology progress to telecommunications.
Currently Sinclair works as an independent executive technology and transformation advisor, working with a number of innovative web service based companies, providing executive advice and also working on a number of innovative projects with global NGOs and in developing countries.