Macrotone Consulting Ltd has been providing quality development and support services since our founding in 1996. It is our mission to enable clients to obtain the best possible benefit from the use of Oracle databases, and database applications based upon the variety of different hardware platforms. We believe the best way to achieve this goal is to work closely with clients to develop and implement their plans, a belief reinforced by the repeat nature of our client business.
Based in South Bucks we are conveniently located for our customers in London and the Thames Valley. Because we value you, our customer, if you would like more information about our services and consultant availability, please use the contact below. We will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.
Contact for enquiries is preferred via email (see below). Full contact details, including phone numbers for support both inside and outside business hours are made available to our contracted clients.
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Geoffrey S Chapman MSc has served as Macrotone Consulting Ltd. Director and Senior Consultant since the company was formed.
Christine M Chapman has served as Macrotone Consulting Ltd. Company Secretary since company inception.
Macrotone Consulting works closely with Oracle to ensure the optimal performance benefit is obtained the use of Oracle products.
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A person needs a little madness, or else they never dare cut the rope and be free.
What happens to the hole when the cheese is gone?
It is possible to be a fan of reality TV, talent shows and bubblegum pop and still have a brain. You will also see that a great many people know perfectly well how silly and camp and trivial their fandom is. They do not check in their minds when they enter a fan site. Judgement is not necessarily fled to brutish beasts, and men have not quite lost their reason. Which is all a way of questioning whether pop-culture hero worship is really so psychically damaging, so erosive of cognitive faculties, so corrupting of the soul of mankind as we are so often told.
Stephen Fry, The Fry Chronicles