Resilient’s values

Resilient believes that good business is built on trust – trust within teams, trust across teams, and trust between colleagues and suppliers, partners and customers. It is this trust that engenders innovation, creativity, and a sense of well-being.

Geoffrey Paterson

James Foley
Chief Commercial Officer

Abhinav Anand
Chief Product Officer

Heena Surani
Chief HR Officer

Suresh Rasakulasuriar
Chief Technical Officer

Dave Menniss
Chief Operating Officer

Our people

At Resilient we work hard, but we play hard too. We believe that by trusting each other we not only create the best possible results, but we enjoy ourselves while we’re doing it. But trusting each other doesn’t just happen because we work together, so we actively encourage our people to get out and about with each other.

Our philosophy

Technology has changed forever the way organisations communicate, and while this means that we conduct business at speeds unimaginable in the past, trust can be lost.

Sometimes technology breaks. Sometimes the people you need to speak with aren’t there. Sometimes, people aren’t who they say they are. And sometimes things are said that may be challenged at a later date.

Resilient’s mission is to enable trust to be guaranteed for an organisation’s most critical communications, across fixed-lines, mobile devices and when talking in person.

We do more to give back

We believe that social responsibility is about more than writing a corporate cheque, which is why we offer special rates to charities and other not for profit organisations to help them run their day-to-day operations.

It’s also why we sponsor our staff and give them additional time off to join a wide range of fund-raising events or to give their time to making a difference.

If you work in the third sector we encourage you to contact us – not only if you want to spend less money on your infrastructure and more on the founding causes of your organisation, but also to find out if our staff could share their skills with you, or just lend a few extra bodies in times of need.