Continuing growth

Four new recruits have joined Business Micros’ Newton-le-Willows sales and installation office over recent months.

Paul Rothwell has been appointed as a field programmer with a specific brief to develop app-based solutions, and Luke Hodkinson has joined his brother Toby at the company working on new interface designs.

On the installation side, Dean Peake-Whitehurst has moved to Business Micros from UK Window Systems as a senior technician using his expertise in Evolution and EvoNET to support customers, and newcomer Paul Fairbrother was appointed as a data support technician.

These four bring the total number employed in the Business Micros group to 52, exactly four times the number there was in 1978 when managing director Graeme Bailey took over the business.

“We’ve grown alongside the industry we serve and have always made it our policy to invest in the skills and the resources necessary to deliver an outstanding product backed up with excellent service,” Graeme said. “After a couple of record years, we’re still keeping pace with demand and ensuring that our 1,500+ customers are very well looked after.”