Orderwise just keeps growing – 16 new hires at software businessLast updated on: August 17, 2016, Author: R Sahota
Software business Orderwise has welcomed another batch of new recruits across the company.
Having recently announced plans for an expansion worth £1.3 million, OrderWise is continuing its ambitious growth with the addition of 16 new employees.
The Saxilby-based firm has welcomed a host of new faces since the start of the year, increasing its total workforce to more than 110 to work on its stock control and order management software.
Jon Roberts, Sales and Marketing Manager at OrderWise, said: “Although our new building isn’t due to be completed until early 2017, that hasn’t stopped us recruiting.
“We’re still just as committed to expanding our team to reflect the growth and opportunities we are seeing amongst our customer base.”
Over the last two months OrderWise has hired experienced professionals to fulfil specific roles in the following departments: Alex Trott, Lewis Moore, Craig Telezynski and Christian Moles have joined the Website Design and Development team, while Tom Newton has bolstered the Software Development team.
On hand to assist with internal accounts is Hayley Elsom, while Maxine Woollcott and Stephen Jackman are now working within the Technical Support department. Andy Sedgbeer and Jay Lee have also been recruited as internal IT support specialists.
Then strengthening the Client Services team are Dean Reddington and Joe Osbourne, with Zoe Wells offering her experience to the OrderWise Training department.
Meanwhile, Ben Berger, Olie Hanson and Jenny Bowman are taking care of reports and layouts.
Jon added: “By making such a sizeable investment into both our staff resources and building premises, OrderWise is showing its dedication to the continued development of the products and services that we offer throughout the UK and Ireland.
“We’re delighted to be welcoming so many fresh faces among our workforce and are excited to see what the future holds during these exciting times for the business.”