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Introducing Harrington Starr Technology Consulting

The Harrington Starr Group is delighted to announce the launch of our newest business, Harrington Starr Technology Consulting. The business is focused on Agile Transformation and Project Delivery and will be run by Ehab Roufail and Gav Patel, two of the foremost thinkers on Agile in the UK. Gav and Ehab are proven Agile Experts who  have been delivering World Class projects for over 20 years.

With years of  experience working for  organisations including  Man Investments, M&G  and Prudential our  dedicated software engineering consultants  are uniquely qualified to  deliver highly effective  development strategies  that consistently exceed  core business goals.


  1. Agile Transformation – we craft a uniquely enterprise Agile solution that delivers quantifiable value for your stakeholders.
  2. Project Delivery – delivering successful projects to your satisfaction, on and off site.
  3. Training – providing high quality training courses in development, testing and agile implementation.


Toby Babb, CEO of the Harrington Starr group commented “This is a hugely exciting time for the entire Harrington Starr Group and our move into Consulting gives us a full suite of solutions for our customers. We strongly believe that 2017 will see Agile become the de facto development methodology and both Gav and Ehab have incredible levels of knowledge and passion to help our clients manage transformation and delivery in the space.”

He continued “their background in the space is unparalleled and their track record exceptional. The companies they have helped in recent years are amongst the very best in the world in the financial sector and to work with them on this business is humbling. We are now able to offer companies in financial services a complete offering encompassing contingent recruitment, contract recruitment, interim hires, executive and retained search and Agile Consulting.”

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