CEO & Co-Founder
A strong blend of technical and commercial skills with a 1st class Computer Science degree from St Andrews and 7 years in the Financial Services sector with PwC and RBS. Working on Lean implementations inspired Andrew to explore how technology could take organisational efficiency to the next level.
Dr Alastair Andrew
CTO & Co-Founder
8 years’ experience in combinatorial optimisation and a PhD in Artificial Intelligence at Strathclyde. Airts grew out of Alastair’s observation that great work in academia was not being used to its full potential in industry.
Over 12 years’ commercial experience, most of which has been spent in software companies selling enterprise solutions. Richard loves working with organisations to improve operational efficiencies and prides himself on helping teams identify areas for improvement.
Dr Jakub Dostal
Senior Software Developer
Jakub holds a PhD in Human Computer Interaction from the University of St Andrews. When it comes to design, usability or front-end coding, Jakub is the main man.
Senior Software Developer
Andrew is passionate about AI and enjoys bringing its strengths into his code. He recently came home a winner from the ScotlandIS “Young Software Engineer of the Year” awards for AI he developed to play Nine Men’s Morris.
Wojtek is a former chef turned software developer. He became a full member of the team following his internship, and is now cooking up delightful enhancements and fixes across the full stack.
Will joined Airts after completing CodeClan's intensive software development course in Edinburgh. Before moving into software development, Will was a copywriter - and he aims to apply a writer's attention to detail in his code!
Keir has been into technology and programming from a young age, and is always learning new things. A recent graduate from Fife College with an HND in Software Development, he was part of the winning team of the prestigious KYOCERA KYOCodes competition.
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Paul has 11 years’ experience as a member of senior executive teams within Wood Mackenzie. He is well-versed in growing technology companies, business plan execution, and international expansion.
Graham is a highly-regarded IT consultant, non- executive director and technology investor. He has significant experience in strategic advisory and transformation engagements, including some time as CTO of the UN Int’l Computing Centre.
Largely a ceremonial role. Snowy occasionally endows the honour of "Seal of Approval" on those he deems worthy.