Background and industry experienceSarah is the main contact for Linesearch Member Management and is responsible for system access, integration, member updates, reporting and implementations and works in close collaboration with the LSBUD team. Sarah’s role further extends within NU&I as an Integrated Systems Analyst involving testing, support and working with both internal and external development teams on system enhancements and integration.
Client/customer focus is a key driver for Sarah, efficient stable systems equals happy ‘users’. Innovation and business requirements drive changes forward, systems and technology need to be constantly reviewed to remain competitive, so being involved in the project cycle means there is a lot of variety and challenges that Sarah enjoys.
Prior to joining Fisher German, Sarah spent 18 years working in the banking industry as a Senior Analyst working on major transformation, legislative and development projects. This role provided Sarah with a wealth of experience in business analysis, user acceptance testing, design and change management processes.
Originally from ‘Up North’ (born in Yorkshire), Sarah has lived in Russia and Saudi Arabia too but now lives in Ashby-de-La-Zouch with her daughter and son. Living close to work, Sarah enjoys the short commute to and from work!
What year did you start your job?
Why did you join Fisher German?
After working for a big corporate company for 18 years, I wanted to be part of a growing business that I could share my skills and knowledge with by working together to develop and expand the systems that support the firm.
What has been your favourite project and why?
LinePortal (Map viewer function combined with Asset and Owner Occupier data). This system has integrated information allowing teams and clients to have a visual overview of their asset. It is an evolving system which keeps me and the developers busy!
Most admired, non-property brand?
Socialising with family and friends
Best holiday destination?
One item to take to a desert island?
Who would you like to be stranded in a lift with?
Can’t choose between George Clooney for the looks, Michael McIntyre for the laughs and the Queen for an insight into her life and her wisdom.
What’s your favourite film of all time?
Wizard of Oz (1939)