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OrderWise welcomes ten new faces and boosts robotics team

14 June, 2019

Saxilby-based software specialist OrderWise is hitting the ground running in 2019 after welcoming ten more new faces to its growing team.

The news comes at an exciting time for the company; just last month the firm announced that it had been shortlisted for two National Technology Awards including Best Tech Place to Work and Innovative Enterprise Product of the Year. The addition of this month’s new starters means that 18 new members of staff have been employed at the multi-award-winning company in 2019 so far.

Among the new starters are Steve Hilton, Haider Alzein, Alan Essom and Annie Bey who have been appointed to help strengthen the development and implementation of the OrderWise Warehouse Robotics Technology.

David Hallam, managing director at OrderWise, said: “We’re thrilled to be welcoming even more local talent to our ever-expanding team. We’ve invested over £2 million into robotics technology which is due to launch later this year – we’ve boosted our staff numbers to keep up with demand and are proud that 40% of our new starters are electronic engineers or trained robotic specialists.”

Meanwhile Andrew Brewer has joined as accounts software advisor and Tony Gittins, Chris Workman and Katie Ball have all joined the team as software trainers. Gareth Arbourne has joined the company as a web developer along with Tim Discombe who has taken up the post of quality assurance specialist.

Hallam added: “We’re pleased that our robotics technology is generating more jobs locally in Lincolnshire – all of our new employees are welcome additions to what is an extremely busy, yet exciting time for the company.”

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