thunk Software & Business Services Ltd is a UK-based company providing products and services to lift your business to the next level.

Purchasing competent software, whether it be bespoke, off-the-shelf, or a combination of both, is no longer a differentiator in modern business. Software needs to be fit-for-purpose and should integrate with, compliment and augment your business operations. And yet it should be unobtrusive.

For this to be possible, business processes need to be documented and optimised, business requirements understood and considered, and the use of software should be seamless in the support of these processes.

If you want your software and technology to support and augment rather than dictate how you do business contact thunk Software & Business Services Ltd to lift your business to the next level.

thunk Software & Business Services Ltd, is run by Andy Brownlie. You can find Andy’s bio here.


Andy has been involved in software development for the best part of 20 years. He has experience of all stages of the SDLC. This provides him with capability to deliver bespoke solutions autonomously on a freelance basis, or as part of a larger development team as a contractor.

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With enterprise architecture certifications, experience in CMMI accreditation and responsibility for application architecture and design on many application development projects, Andy provides a wealth of experience that can be used to help his clients with their software architecture & design challenges.

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With multiple clients and websites under his belt, Andy can provide a unique offering to small businesses and organisations who need help getting online. With different packages on offer, thunk can provide the correct offering to help you build your website and social media presence.

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