O-bit strengthens its workforce

Daisy Group firm O-bit Telecom has bolstered its workforce with the recruitment of nine new employees. The new recruits will see the total number of people the company employs in High Wycombe rise to more than 60.

The staff will fill various roles across different sectors of the business, including finance, customer service and sales.

O-bit CEO, Dave Breith, commented: “I would like to welcome all our new starters to O-bit – it’s great to see the team continuing to grow.

“O-bit is a company which has experienced phenomenal growth and this is demonstrated in our need to expand and strengthen our workforce. We pride ourselves on the fact the O-bit team is one of the most knowledgeable in the industry and our talent pool is envied by our competitors. We only employ the highest calibre of staff so we can guarantee that our partners’ relationships with O-bit will be second to none.”

O-bit has grown considerably since it was established by Dave Breith in 2002 and subsequently purchased by Daisy Group. The company now boasts a portfolio of products that includes Voice, Data, Broadband, SMS, Mobile, Mobile Content, Geographic and Non-Geographic Numbers, Software, Global Calling Cards and Conferencing solutions.

O-bit’s new employees include Maninder Golhar (Assistant Accountant), Paul Calam (Customer Service Adviser), James Reynolds (Customer Service Adviser), Lucy Harris (Customer Service Adviser), Simon Poulton (Customer Service Adviser), Darren Smith (Data Sales Account Manager), Nikki Finch (Business Development Manager), Seb Hall (Business Development Manager) and Alex Kohler (Desk Account Manager).

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