Founded in 1997, Stratsoft uses industry-standard software programs to create custom software platforms that unify multi-source data and provide the basis for systematic geo-spatial and economic analysis.
Stratsoft undertakes analysis and provides ongoing decision support services to ensure that clients have full access to the data, maps and analysis systems and results after the project has been completed.
Stratsoft founders Michael Tattersall and Norris Evans combine strategic planning with software analysis tools. This unique combination is the basis for our distinctive analysis, advisory and decision support services.
Chief Executive Officer
Michael founded Stratsoft in 1997 and has extensive experience of the Telecommunications, IT and healthcare, industries. He provides Stratsoft with a focus on developing commercial opportunity from market and technological change, especially within broadband telecommunications. Originally an investment banker in London, Michael has directed business development at an international technology consultancy, co-founded a strategic technology consultancy and then established their US office. He was Managing Director of GeoPartners Research, a boutique management consultancy in telecommunications, IT and media before branching out to create Stratsoft in 1997. For 2+ years he was visiting faculty member at the Shell Business School, teaching an advanced strategy workshop to high potential executives from Shell, IBM, and ABN-Amro.
Chief Technology Officer
Norris co-found Stratsoft and has been responsible for developing the technical capability of the firm. He has over 20 years of software development experience as a designer, developer and manager, including a position as VP of Development at Pure Atria with a staff of 139. He is author of ESP, The Econometric Software Package, one of the first PC business forecasting and planning products. He has a background as an economist, policy analyst and consultant for federal agencies, particularly the US Department of Housing and Urban development. He has a masters in Systems Analysis from the graduate school of management of the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.