MPS Relationships

MPS have strategic relationships, alliances, and partnerships with a number of organisations. These relationships provide a comprehensive knowledge of business requirements and enable us to bring innovative solutions that create compelling business advantage for our customers. We are also members of professional institutions and government sponsored organisations committed to best practice in their respective industries and market sectors.

Association for Project Management

Management Process Systems are a Corporate Member of APM. Des Downey has been a Council Member. Our membership enables us to work actively at national and branch level on the adoption of best practice in project management.

Avnet Partner Solutions

Avnet Partner Solutions is Europe's leading distributor of Server, Storage, Middleware and Software solutions. Our goal is to drive the business growth of our partners through specialised teams to deliver expertise, resources and investment exclusively to our Business Partners.


Founded in Copenhagen Denmark in 1997 with a clear mission to facilitate better collaboration in the Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC) marketplace. This enables better margins for all parties through optimisation and cost reduction and helping to deliver quality results on time and to budget through Software as a Service (SaaS) software solutions. Their Docia solutions portfolio has evolved, driven by customer demand, to provide an Infrastructure Lifecycle Management facility. This facilitates process operation from ideas, early stage project planning through to construction and built asset management. Support for best practice and working smarter are guiding principles towards the delivery of productivity increases and cost reductions. Information about Docia is at

The Cambridge Network

MPS are Corporate Members of the Cambridge Network. The Mission of the Cambridge Network is to link like minded people from business and academia to each other and to the global high technology community for the benefit of the Cambridge region.

Constructing Excellence

MPS are a Group Member of Constructing Excellence and were the first IT Partner of The IT Construction Forum. Constructing Excellence is the single organisation charged with driving the change agenda in construction, housing and regeneration.


Frontline is a successful IT consultancy based in the North West. Established in 1991, we offer professional, responsive IT Services and Business Solutions across a range of complementary fields including Outsourcing, IT support, Data Centre Services and Business Software. We are based in Wilmslow, Cheshire and serve customers nationwide.


Management Process Systems are an IBM Advanced Business Partner.

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Leading Edge

Dr Jon Broome is the managing consultant of leading edge cc ltd and has been involved in the NEC's development for some 15 years. As well as having his contribution acknowledged in both the 2 nd and 3 rd editions, he has also gained the world's first PhD on the subject, written the top selling 'User's Guide' on the 2 nd edition, and authored numerous papers and articles. For the last 10 years, he has consulted and trained on the NEC worldwide.

NEC Users group

MPS are full members of the NEC User's Group. Our Chairman David H Williams was the founding Chairman of the Group. We have presented at some of their seminars and are regular contributors to the Newsletter. NEC Managing Reality is a series of books written by NEC experts Barry Trebes, formerly of MPS and Bronwyn Mitchell. The books aim to explain how the NEC can be used to optimum benefit in everyday environments.

Thomas Telford

Thomas Telford Services Ltd publish the NEC suite of contracts on behalf of The Institution of Civil Engineers. The Contract Change Management application is based upon the processes as set out in the Engineering and Construction Contract - part of a range of NEC documents published by Thomas Telford Ltd.

The University of the West of England

The University of the West of England and Management Process Systems collaborated on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) research project. The project's aim was to develop an innovative way of calculating the costs and benefits of collaborative and workflow IT business support systems in the construction industry.

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