Triple-S People


Keith Hughes is Development Director of Merlinco Ltd. He has been involved in the development of survey software on all kinds of system platforms for over 30 years.

He can be contacted at: Merlinco Ltd., Tower Bridge Business Centre, 46-48 East Smithfield, London E1W 1AW England

Tel: +44 (0)870 264 6329

keith@merlinco.co.uk

Keith Hughes

 
 

Dr Stephen Jenkins is Managing Director of Snap Surveys. He has over 30 years’ experience in designing and writing software for survey work. He designs and manages development of the snap research analysis software.

He can be contacted at: Snap Surveys, 5 Mead Court, Thornbury, Bristol BS35 3UW, England

Tel: +44 (0)1454 280800

sjenkins@snapsurveys.com

Dr Stephen Jenkins

 
 

Geoff Wright  is a Director of Computable Functions Ltd, an independent survey research IT consultancy. He has been using, designing and advising on survey software for over 30 years.

 

geoff_42@hotmail.com

 
 

Pat Molloy is a long established operations and survey technologist, with over 30 years of experience in the field. He acts as a technology consultant to a number of organisations nowadays, and has a particular interest in Big Data, The Internet of Things and the continuing evolution of the Survey. He is former CEO of Pulse Train and CSO of Confirmit, and is a member of the ASC Committee.

pat.molloy@outlook.com

 
 

Ed Ross started Quantime Ltd in 1978, which subsequently grew to become probably the largest supplier of survey software and was sold to SPSS in 1997. He co-founded the OpenSurvey organization, which is seeking to evolve commonly agreed standards for survey software , where he has been particularly involved in projects for XML based file representations He joined the Triple-S committee in 2000.

esr@Edross.net

 
 

In Memoriam
For many years, Laurance Gerrard was a key member of the Triple-S group. Having spent over 25 years in the Market Research industry he saw at first hand the problems associated with moving data between analysis applications and therefore had a strong operational interest in the continued success of the Triple-S standard. Sadly Laurance passed away early in January 2016.

 

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