Opensoft have employed four new staff members as a part of its long term expansion plans.

Due to continued commercial success and internal promotion, Opensoft has expanded its current number of staff to help maintain its growth policy. Four new employees have recently being recruited to strengthen the engineering & administration teams as well as creating a brand new marketing department.

Marc Bedford, Managing Director believes the increase in personnel is vital for the long term strategy. “We take great pride in our progress as a company as we encourage an open and honest working environment which we believe works to get the best out of every individual. Having extra staff will allow us to expand and achieve our long term objectives.”

Following the transfer of one of Opensoft’s experienced administrators into an accounting role, finding a replacement had become a significant priority. The new office administrator will be the first point of contact for the company and be responsible for liaising with both customers and suppliers.
Opensoft have also hired a Marketing graduate from Leeds Beckett University to assist with implementing the long term marketing strategy and will be responsible for coordinating marketing tasks as well as creating dynamic content for Opensoft’s new website.

Brian Swatten, Client Services Manager believes Opensoft will reap the benefits from the expansion of its staff personnel.

Swatten Says: “It has become essential to expand our engineering staff to help deliver some of our larger projects. Having the extra personnel will give us the capacity we need to continue delivering projects and services to our usual high standards.

“We always encourage our people to be ambitious and seek self-improvement, which is why we were delighted when our administrator wanted to transfer into an accounts role. We demonstrated our commitment to this by providing sponsorship to study towards recognised accounting qualifications. We hope to provide a secure and rewarding career for our new staff as well”