Tuesday, October 19, 2021

IT support provider expands team

Your IT Department has added three new recruits to its growing team.

Experienced IT engineer Josh Stevenson is joined by apprentices Kieran Starbuck and Kyle Marlow, bringing the Your IT Team to 13, with the workforce growing by around 50% in the past six months.

Lee Hewson, manging director at Your IT Department, said: “This has been a period of rapid growth and we’ve been fortunate to have been able to recruit another fantastic, experienced individual in Josh. He’s fitted in tremendously well and adds further to the technical knowledge base at the business. In addition, we’ve been delighted to welcome onboard Kieran and Kyle, two apprentices that we hope we’ll be able to develop and who will have real opportunities for progress as we continue to expand”.

The company moved into new premises at Farrington Way Business Park in Eastwood early this year and enjoyed a record month for new customer acquisition in March.

Hewson added: “Our focus on excellent customer service is the reason we achieve such high customer retention rates and are constantly attracting new customers – a large number of our referrals come from current customers. Our service levels have now been recognised at national level as we’ve been shortlisted for the ‘At Your Service’ best small service business award at the Small Awards which are sponsored by Facebook and judged by the likes of Sir Vince Cable and Joel Hills, the Business Editor on ITV News”.

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