Oxford Computer Consultants

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Oxford Computer Consultants Ltd.
Private company
Founded 1989
Headquarters Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Key people
Dr John Boyle
(Managing Director)
Kaz Librowski
Nick Warner
(Local Government Products Director)
Reynold Greenlaw
(Innovation Delivery Director)
Website www.oxfordcc.co.uk

Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) was founded in 1989 John Boyle and Kaz Librowski. It employs over 100 IT professionals and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

Specialising in bespoke software development for a variety of professional and industrial sectors, OCC also provides IT consultancy services to a wide range of industries. It has produced OCC Marketplace, a product for local authorities for the Government’s individual budgets program. It is part of a suite of applications for local government.[1]

Oxford Computer Consultants has contributed towards research into a wearable home-monitoring system for people with neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease. It was also an inventor of INDIGO software in the assistive technology field, virtual reality glasses for people with Parkinson’s disease.[2][3]


  1. ^ "London authorities join forces in social care information procurement". UKauthorITy.com. 23 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "Parkinson's hope over glasses". BBC News, Health. 27 February 2005. 
  3. ^ "Headsets for Parkinson's disease sufferers". Oxford Mail. 14 October 2002. 

External links[edit]