Tick42 has over 20 years’ experience delivering financial technology solutions that transform how businesses work and provide critical functionality at a user level.
We understand that in a trading room setting user experience and ease of access can make the difference between a good company and an exceptional one.
Through our extensive work with major players in the financial services industry we have developed considerable insights into how innovations optimise performance.
As we gather knowledge and continue to develop our range of products, our expertise in providing real-time solutions is becoming increasingly relevant outside the trading room. Clients from a variety of sectors turn to Tick42 for solutions that empower their users and drive productivity.
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Leslie SpiroCEO of Tick42
Leslie Spiro is CEO of Tick42, setting the direction for the company, co-ordinating the various areas of the business and seeing that people have the resources and support they need to work effectively and enjoyably.
Tom DoustHead of Consultancy
As Tick42’s Head of Consultancy, Tom is responsible for the delivery of products and services to our clients. His original degree was in chemistry, but after 6 years of post-graduate research, he found his time increasingly taken up building hardware and writing software for real-time data acquisition.
Stoyan DamovHead of Development
Stoyan is Tick42’s Head of Development, based at our facility at Sofia in Bulgaria. where he leads the team responsible for the company’s .NET-related activity. He wrote his first BASIC program in 1988 when he was twelve on an Apple 2 clone and sold his first Pascal application 4 years later to his local Coca-Cola bottling company.
Lubomir KonstantinovHead of Development
Lubo is Tick42’s Head of Development responsible for all our Java-related technology and projects. He’s also based in Sofia, and his fascination with computing began in 1984 when the first Apple 2 clones appeared in the Soviet bloc. He was just 11 at the time, and sold his first commercial application four years later.