|Born||Andrew William Graham Wylie|
Technology Services Group
|Net worth||£116 million (2004)|
Wylie was raised in the North East of England, the son of a Scottish miner from Stirling; Wylie's mother was originally from Hawick. In 1980 Wylie attained a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Statistics from Newcastle University.
In 1981 Wylie co-founded the Sage Group with David Goldman and Paul Muller, having programmed the initial Sage accounts package himself. The Sage Group quickly grew to be a successful worldwide financial software company and is the only software company listed on the FTSE 100. Wylie retired from Sage in 2003.
Speedflex (Europe) Ltd was formed in 2011 by Chairman Graham Wylie, Paul Ferris (Barrister, former Professional Footballer and Physiotherapist at Newcastle United Football Club) and Alan Shearer (former Newcastle United and England captain).
Wylie has been honoured by the Queen with a CBE in the 2003 New Year Honours. Wylie has been awarded honorary doctorates by Northumbria University in 2000 and Newcastle University in 2004. Furthermore he has been awarded the freedom of the city of Newcastle upon Tyne.
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