About Us

About Us

Quattro Technology Ltd was founded in 1997 and has been providing expert Technology Consultants for some of the worlds largest projects.

Quattro Technology History

May 19

Quattro Technology is Formed

We formed a small family oriented company to provide technology services to our clients.

May 26


Landrover was upgrading it’s email service. This included the underlying Infrastructure. Our consultants worked with Landrover to implement an upgrade to Windows NT 3.51 across all the email servers. We advised on the current Microsoft approach to Windows NT implementation.

August 18

Barclays Bank

Barclays bank was implementing a new customer advisor support service. Placing staff and IT on the customer side of the counter for the first time. We supported this initiative by supporting the secure implementation of the new computers, bringing our Microsoft Windows NT experience.

May 11

UK Inland Revenue

The UK Inland Revenue was undertaking a huge infrastructure refresh, replacing 57,000 desktop PC’s. We supported the implementation of the new IT estate with the implementation of a large scale multi-domain user network using Windows NT 4.0.

December 2

British Airports Authority

Late in 2002 BAA Plc needed Senior Technical Architecture experience and Quattro Technology supported their project and infrastructure development for almost 3 years.

October 24

Interserve Plc

Interserve was building a brand new feature building in the West Midlands, and consequently decided to close 4 smaller sites. Each of these small sites contained either a Data Centre or Server Room.

Quattro Technology Consultants worked to identify the infrastructure inside each of these sites, modelling the knowledge gained in Sparx Enterprise Architect. This model then enabled an effective impact/planning exercise to take place to successfully close these sites.

May 30

Department of the Environment Food and Rural Affairs

Quattro Technology supply Architecture consultancy services to support Defra programme delivery.

Acting as the Chief Architect of two successive transformation programmes, we supported the successful implementation of business and technology change to enable to be ready for the UK’s original EU Exit day (29th March 2019).