Saxilby-based software specialist OrderWise is continuing to drive recruitment after a record 2016, which saw the company expand with 70 new members of staff.
The final stages of its £1.3 million extension is underway, and the company has now introduced an additional nine new faces into the workforce.
Most recently Terry Woollcott, Rebecca Edwards, Jade Wilson and Joe Cooper have joined as technical support advisors, while Carly Boyd and Damian Booth have become software trainers at the firm.
All four technical support advisors have previous experience in customer service and Terry is working for OrderWise after moving to the UK from South Africa.
Damian has previous experience in training and coaching staff in telecoms, insurance and water businesses and has written various training and coaching documents for call centre staff.
Meanwhile, Carly will shortly join the training team at OrderWise after spending some time in the firm’s technical support department to further her product knowledge.
Eric Lee has 17 years’ experience in customer service which includes five years at Vodafone and other roles as an Account Manager and Business Development Manager. Combined with his knowledge of software testing, Eric is well suited to his new role as a client account manager.
After several years spent in IT support at the Ministry of Defence, Gina Metcalf is putting her experience to good use in the technical support team before she takes up her new position as an implementation specialist in the projects department.
Finally, Jonathon Swindon is now an eCommerce advisor and will be using his 11 years of experience as a technology research analyst and account manager to support clients with website design and development.
Director of OrderWise David Hallam said: “We are fortunate enough to have experienced unprecedented growth over the last 12 months and 2017 is already off to a strong start.
“It’s great to welcome another batch of fresh faces to OrderWise, following a successful recruitment day in November and I wish them all the best in their new roles.”