Neil McMenemy

Neil McMenemy

Neil has 24 years of experience in Capacity Management, much of it in the financial sector having worked for Clydesdale Bank, NAB Group, Royal Bank of Scotland, National Westminster Bank, Citibank, FBS, Fidelity, Intelligent Finance and Halifax Bank of Scotland; additionally, he has also worked in government and the telecommunications industry. Neil was among the first to develop multi-platform Capacity Planning and has had further success in developing cost-based charging systems, reducing batch schedules, achieving audit compliance, creating capacity models from existing toolsets and eliminating delays to projects by introducing process efficiencies. Neil is a past chairman of UKCMG, having been on its board for five years, and he has presented in France, Spain, Australia and the U.S.A., winning the Best in Stream award at CMG's 25th anniversary conference. Neil's professional qualifications include the ITIL Foundation Certificate in Service Management (V2 and V3) and the Capacity Management Practitioner's Certificate.

Recent Posts

10th September 2018 by 
Neil McMenemy

Designing and building an effective capacity management function has never been more challenging: the competition for talented staff is high, as is the current workload of projects and 'business-as-usual'. At the...

25th September 2017 by 
Neil McMenemy

Cloud based IT services are increasing in popularity due to flexibility in capacity delivery and the reduction in capital expenditure.

However a challenge many organisations experience is that cloud costs become...

15th June 2016 by 
Neil McMenemy

Organisations are not getting the full benefits that they should from infrastructure consolidation

Our research has shown that many datacentres are underutilised, even more so than they think they are. This leads...

14th June 2016 by 
Neil McMenemy

Why don't organisations consolidate their infrastructure, when they could realise large savings?

15th April 2016 by 
Neil McMenemy

You’re not using your Datacentre as much as you think you are

A data centre is a dedicated building space where companies can keep and operate most of the ICT infrastructure that supports their business. This...