Pcubed co-founder Paul Driver made Chair of Infinity Works

06 March 2020 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Digital transformation consultancy Infinity Works has appointed Paul Driver as its new Chair. Driver has been an angel investor since Pcubed – the management consultant he co-founded – was sold in 2014.

Infinity Works is a technology-driven consultancy with expertise in cloud, data and full stack engineering from infrastructure to front-end delivery. Clients include health and care providers, supermarket groups, banks, delivery companies and online gaming giants, with the firm providing services include project and product delivery, technology consulting, organisational optimisation, training, strategy and managed services.

The firm is undergoing a period of rapid expansion. Headquartered in Leeds with offices in London, Manchester and Edinburgh, the firm’s revenues are set to exceed £50 million in 2020, boosted by its growing workforce of over 400 people.

Pcubed co-founder Paul Driver made Chair of Infinity Works
Boosting Infinity Works’ performance further, the firm received a minority investment from Growth Capital Partners (GCP) in January 2019 to support significant additional scale and increase its share of the UK’s multi-billion-pound market for IT services. A year on, Paul Driver, who has worked with GCP on successfully growing another consulting business, has been appointed by Infinity Works as its new Non-Executive Chairman.

Paul Henshaw, joint Managing Director, said, “We are delighted to welcome Paul to our team and greatly value his skills and experience in growing international consulting businesses. Appointing a chairman is part of the growing up process we started last year to become more strategic in our vision and more focused on our plan of attack for the future. We have a fantastic opportunity to establish Infinity Works as the UK’s best digital transformation consultancy.”

Driver established Pcubed  in 1994, co-founding the management consultancy in Michigan, US to ensure disciplined governance of project, programme and portfolio services for its clients. The firm was acquired by MI-GSO, a European consultancy. Since the sale of Pcubed, Driver has been active as an angel investor and Non-Executive Director.

Commenting on his new role, Driver said, “The demand for digital transformation is growing massively but constrained by the quality of supply. That gives us a huge opportunity to build on the amazing success that Infinity Works has enjoyed to date… Infinity Works has a beautiful sense of fun but also a level of steel, focus and determination to do great work and grow. The company has a unique collaborative and supportive culture that is prized by clients and employees alike.”