Graham Booth

  • Graham Booth

    Graham Booth

    Chair of the Defence & Security SME Council2iC Limited - CEO

Graham Booth is the CEO and co-founder of 2iC Limited, an innovative UK SME established to research and develop interoperability software, initially for the military. Graham is passionate about the software industry, and in particular how technology can significantly improve UK defence capability.

As 2iC CEO, he believes that in the 21st century tactical computer systems should be able to easily digitally interoperate. Significant system changes should be made in hours and days, not months and years. 2iC believes in open systems and are helping MoD set the standards for future defence systems.

Graham has 20 years of experience with large and small companies both in the UK and internationally, covering private and public sector, in domains as diverse as insurance, publishing and e-commerce through to education, health and defence. A mathematician by training, Graham was attracted to the innovation and challenge of software. Starting as a developer he has performed the full range of roles across the software development industry before starting 2iC.

Graham sits on the Defence & Security Board as CEO of 2iC Limited and also as Chair of the Defence & Security SME Council.

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