Thursday, October 22, 2020

Wytech caps off year of growth with new staff, website and head office

IT support and telecoms specialist Wytech has recruited three new members of staff, moved to a new head office and launched a new website following a successful 12 months of business growth.

The firm welcomes Rob Smith on board as a business development manager, while Charles Bradley and Paul Brewell are welcome additions to its friendly support desk team.

Their appointments mark the first phase of a planned expansion and follow the firm’s move to new premises after it relocated its operation from Derby, to the state-of-the-art new Ednaston Park Business Centre, near Ashbourne.

Wytech has also recently relaunched its website to better showcase its range of products and services.

Founded in 2004, Wytech provides businesses of all sizes with a complete tailored solution, including fully-managed IT solutions and bespoke systems and networks.

The team has decades of expertise in IT and telecoms, including extensive experience working with software providers for the NHS.

Mark Jones, Wytech’s Managing Director, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Rob, Charles and Paul on-board at what is an exciting time for the business, following our move to Ednaston Park.

“Their appointments come on the back of a solid period of growth for the company and will not only help us meet increasing client demand for our services, but help the business to develop further as we look to recruit additional sales and technical staff as we continue to grow.

“The managed IT and telecoms sector is extremely competitive, but we pride ourselves on being innovative, flexible and proactive in our approach to creating solutions for our clients, with high levels of personalised customer service and up-to-date technical expertise.

“Our investment in new team members, premises and website reflects our commitment to providing the best solutions to our clients over the long-term and building lasting relationships which deliver maximum value and return on investment.”

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