Jola expands team during lockdown

Jola has hinted at aggressive growth plans with the recruitment of new starters in its product, sales and support departments. The company said that, with the hiring of these new employees, it has been able to launch products more quickly and discuss 4G opportunities with partners.

The company has onboarded four apprentices. Rob Stevens, Jola’s COO, explained, “Will Bennett, Calum Maginnis, Chris Berry and Lewis Diedrick are the latest recruits into the Jola apprenticeship scheme. All have a good understanding of the technology we support. We look forward to developing their technical and customer service skills, to enable them to support our expanding customer base.”

Lee Broxson, Jola’s CSO, added, “We have recently recruited graduates Hannah Walker, Georgia Campbell and university student Oliver Izard into our sales team, who are keen to learn our industry and develop their sales skills to help our partners find and uncover new opportunities.”

Adrian Sunderland, the company’s CTO, has welcomed two employees into his team. He said, “Katarzyna Siuda joins our product development team and Kasim Hussain joins our software development team in preparation for a busy year launching unique and differentiated solutions to our growing partner base. We have the ability to tailor solutions to meet the exact needs of our MSP partners serving well-known brand names at home and internationally. We focus on automation to make new products easy for partners to consume.”

The company explained that, due to the lockdown, these new joiners have not yet been able to visit the office or meet the team in person.

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