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Workflo Solutions bucks Covid-19 hiring trend with accelerated recruitment programme

Posted: 8th December 2020

Managed services provider, Workflo Solutions has stepped up its recruitment activity during the coronavirus pandemic, hiring eleven new employees as the company continues on its trajectory to becoming the UK’s flagship outsourced managed services and IT support provider.

Joining Workflo Solutions are David Black, Sales Manager – Managed Print Division (East of Scotland), Daniel Jones, Sales Manager – North West & Midlands, Mike Bell, who has been appointed Sales Manager for the Production Print division, with Tam Haggerty coming on board as Head of Production Print Technical Team.

Paul McCallum, becomes Business Development Manager for Managed Print, Nathan Neale joins Paul in the Business Development team, covering North West England, Linda Barr has been hired as Credit Controller, whilst Andrew Moncrieff becomes Head of Business Development at TRM – the Paisley based Document and Records Management Specialists, acquired by Workflo Solutions earlier this year. TRM also sees the addition of Brian Moore in a digital operative role.

A focus on Unified & Hosted Comms sees Paul Kinnear come in as Head of this Division, and to ensure the market is aware of the company’s unique market position as a true operational service partner, Courtney Coyle joins as Marketing Executive.

Michael Field, managing director, Workflo Solutions, said the recruitment drive was necessary as the company continued to move forward supporting its 900-strong UK client base as they emerged from lockdown.

L-R: Tam Haggerty and Michael Field 

He comments; “No one could have predicted the impact COVID-19 had on our professional and private lives. However, at Workflo, our business plans, goals, and ambitions remain steadfast. We have worked hard to bring together the fragmented managed service market, and to offer clients a holistic solution, one which delivers greater value than that of its individual parts.

“This is also down to intelligent recruitment as the market adapts to change. Having hired personnel which brings our staff compliment to 32, up from 21, since the beginning of the year, the entire team is focused on helping clients seamlessly transition into this new post-Covid era. Core service areas such as managed print, document management and IT management or Cloud adoption are crucial to their business processes.

In doing this, we will alleviate pressure on our clients’ businesses as many of them take time to embrace the new normal. Much of this evolution comes from cloud printing solutions facilitating communication from those workers adopting flexible home working, which allow documents to be produced and sent securely”.

Workflo Solutions recruitment during the lockdown period has enabled the business to hire people who were facing uncertainty in their careers because of the pandemic and is delighted to offer them a new start.

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