Saxilby-based software company OrderWise is continuing its long-running trend of expansion with four more new recruits.
In line with the company’s nomination for the Education, Training and Skills Award at this year’s Lincolnshire Media Business Awards, and the announcement of two nominations in the Midlands Family Business Awards, the rapidly growing firm’s high employment rate reflects its dedication to meeting the increased demands within the industry.
OrderWise Director David Hallam says: “We’re proud to be welcoming four more new faces to the team at OrderWise, especially after our nomination news. To ensure that we maintain our reputation as one of the UK and Ireland’s leading suppliers of dedicated business management software, our newest employees will now receive further training in their respective department, as well as initial training to ensure that they are always up to speed with our continuously developed software.”
Among the new starters are Hannah Brand and Cameron Bell who join the support team as technical support advisers, bringing with them a wealth of valuable experience.
Hannah has previously worked in corporate and enterprise technical support at Vodafone where she dealt with ongoing system issues, while Cameron gained valuable experience through an apprenticeship in a support role for a large office equipment business.
Dan Hutchinson joins the company’s client account department as a manager, having previously worked as an account manager at Vodafone. Dan’s experience in customer service, sales and negotiating will also stand him in good stead for his new role at OrderWise.
The Testing Department is also welcoming James Jackson as its new software tester. James has previous experience across various roles including sales assistant, hardware tester, eCommerce despatcher and post-production runner at numerous television production companies.
As ever, the first three weeks of the new recruits’ employment was spent learning how to use OrderWise and taking part in activities in the company’s warehouse training facility to provide experience of the software in a practical environment. Their intensive training also involved assessments of knowledge and progress to ensure that benchmark understanding was being achieved.