New recruits support growth for Bespoke Computing
A raft of new appointments at a firm of Shropshire IT specialists has signalled the next stage in the firm’s long-term strategy for growth.
The move by Bespoke Computing, which provides tailored IT solutions to businesses across Shropshire, the West Midlands and beyond, has increased its technical and admin team by three.
Paul Ellis has joined as an IT Support Engineer and Tim Kanzier has taken up the role of Apprentice Helpdesk Technician. Lorna Mellish has been recruited to the new post of Office Administrator to oversee the firm’s day-to-day operations.
Paul has more than 17 years experience in IT Support with Telford College and will provide on site and remote support to Bespoke clients, supported by the firm’s Helpdesk team, including Tim.
The new post of Office Administrator was created to manage the activities of the growing team.
Bespoke Computing, which was started by Managing Director Chris Pallett in his spare room 15 years ago, has doubled its team to eight in the last 15 months with plans for further expansion in the future.
Chris said: “The first phase of our growth strategy came with our move to larger offices in Stafford Park 7 around 18 months ago. We deliberately moved to a larger space to ensure it would be fit for purpose as the team grew.
“The new appointments will strengthen our existing team and help us to maintain a sustainable business with scope for further expansion in the years to come. Paul, Tim and Lorna all bring their own individual skills to their roles and we are already valuing the contributions they are making. “