adept4 boosts team with 14 new starters

IT services company adept4 has appointed 14 new starters since the start of the year, following sustained growth.

The Daresbury Park based organisation has continued its pattern of strong growth, with a number of new contracts, and hired new starters in almost every area of the business since the start of the year.

These appointments span the business and include a variety of roles from project managers and technical architects, to admin staff and budding business apprentices.

Peter Birkett, adept4 CEO, said:

“Our people are the bedrock of our success, so we’re focused on ensuring that we win the talent battle and attract the best. In a very competitive employment market, we’re very pleased to be welcoming such a strong selection of people to our team and continuing to grow and develop the company at all levels.

“In addition to senior hires, we have also welcomed a number of junior staff, including two apprentices and are looking forward to seeing them grow and develop with the business.”

Victoria Pemberton has joined as Client Relationship Manager, Paul Bain as Technical Architect, Shelley Jeffries as Central Project Manager, Lynne Elliot as Back Office Manager, Bryn Jones as Service Transition Technical Consultant, Ian Campbell as QA Test Manager Shazia Khan as Service Design Technical Analyst, Ceri Watkins as Project Manager.

The firm has also welcomed Matthew Owen, Benjamin Worrall, Angie Williams and Mark Dennett as 1st Line Service Operations Technical Analysts. While Jamie Hunter and Conor Parkes join the business as Service Operations Apprentices.

adept4 has seen a strong pattern of growth this year; winning substantial appointments with clients including Air Energi, Merseylink and CSMA.  The company, which has more than doubled its staff since 2012, is also an accredited Living Wage employer, which means all employees earn higher than the minimum wage.

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