Meet the Team
Rob Wickings, Managing Director
31 years’ service to the group
Robert joined SCCI as a trainee aerial engineer. From those early days of simple aerial installations, he has seen and been actively involved in the ever developing communication industry. From a basic TV aerial to an international multimedia video conference spanning the globe.
By 1987, Robert was promoted to Senior Systems Engineer for the company. The position involved the design, planning and implementation of all large scale TV distribution systems throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
Robert has gained an extensive range of experience and expertise in all areas of the communication industry and therefore excelled at problem solving and ‘thinking outside the box’. In 2002 Robert was made Technical Director, responsible for business in terms of achieving technical excellence in both field operations and development of new techniques and training methods to new and existing SCCI personnel.
2005 saw Robert accept the post of Managing Director of SCCI, Robert was key and instrumental in guiding the company to success and having the most professional and enviable reputation in the industry.
In May 2007, SCCI merged with two other very successful industry companies to become the largest TV systems company in the UK. With a combined turnover of some £15 million and a workforce of 260 employees, Robert was made Group Managing Director of the newly formed SCCI Group.
An experienced Managing Director specialising in TV and Media Services, a highly effective business leader with strong strategic and operational experience gained at the cutting edge of the TV and Media Services Industry. An energetic individual with the vision and technical expertise to grow the business year-on-year and return outstanding shareholder value. Rob’s further experience of driving the group’s expansion having been instrumental in the acquisition of three companies and their subsequent integration into the Group.
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Andrew Briffa, Head of Operations
Andrew Joined Alphatrack Systems Ltd in July 2016.
Andrew has vast knowledge and hands on experience in the management of both Managed Services and Housing Stock within the social and private sectors.
Having carried out a fully indentured apprenticeship with the construction industry training board (CITB) at London Borough of Islington, Andrew has a fundamental understanding of social housing stock that spans 13 years.
He has had extensive experience in the mobilisation of M&E contracts, contract negotiation and exceeding client expectations with a demonstrable record of success and contributing to sustained business growth.
Having worked in a variety of senior roles including Account Manager for Jaguar Building Services where CBRE, Jones Lang LaSalle, Cushman and Wakefield and Broadgate estates were among his corporate clients.
Andrew also worked for Norland Managed Services on prestigious contracts such as T-Mobile, London Underwriting Centre, Allen & Overy and Kellogg Brown & Root.
His critical experience is second to none having been National account manager for Telstra international data centres while at the Optimum Group.
He also worked for Spie Matthew Hall at Barkley’s Capital on Canary Wharf, Bank of New York and Schroders Investment Bank in the engineering division.
Paul Sullivan, Head of Operations
Paul joined Alphatrack Systems Ltd in May 2016
Paul brings not only technical experience but also managerial industry experience having worked in a variety of leadership roles over the years including General Manager, Regional Manager, Head of Installations and principal engineer within the security industry.
These positions involved working as both client and contractor within the corporate & public sector service providers including Stanley Security, Niscayah, Bell, Tyco, Securitas and local government.
His sector experience and demonstrable record of success spans the successful planning, mobilisation and delivery of installation/maintenance contracts and full programmes of security and life safety systems for major blue chip and financial organisations such as Lloyds Bank, RBS, Morgan Stanley, Lloyds of London, HP and Cisco, other environments of experience lie within HM Prison Service, the MOD, TFL, Hospitals, Museums, Airports, Data Centres and the Food & Pharmaceutical industries all of which bring their own challenges to bringing projects to a successful conclusion.