Scunthorpe IT specialist creates four new roles

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 31 May 2017

FOUR new appointments at HBP Systems have seen the company grow in strength and size the second time this year as it continues to meet demand for IT services to the local area.

Josh Bawn, telemarketer; Georgina Birley, PA to the company’s directors; Josh Wellham, order processing; and Gary Butler, purchase ledger;  take the number of employees to well over 60.

It follows five additions in January, as reported, bolstering marketing and software teams. 

Josh, who specialises in internal business development, will be contacting prospective clients on behalf of the company.
This new role will help to broaden the HBP’s interactions and communications within the area, and work in engaging prospective clients through various traditional platforms.

Georgina is responsible for managing further employment at the company as well as a number of other essential duties throughout the business. 

She said: “HBP is a great company to work for, there’s a fantastic environment here where all the staff are passionate about the job and the customers.

“It really encourages you to excel.  The job has allowed me to take a huge step in my career and I’m already achieving the type of progression I’ve wanted for a very long time.”

Her employment further contributes to HBP’s intention of refining the way the company works and operates internally to provide a better customer experience to its growing local client base. 

 HBP managing director, Joanne Dixon, said: “Investing in the number of people we employ is key to our growth as a business and the quality of service we provide as we work with more clients.  We have continued to invest in local talents who have the knowledge and experience to help drive our business forward and support local organisations.”

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