Gearing up for further growth with new employees

Mandatas new starters (left to right) Stacey Thompson, John Liddell, Dawn Matthews and Toni-Jane Ternent. Picture by Simon Williams/Crest Photography.
Mandatas new starters (left to right) Stacey Thompson, John Liddell, Dawn Matthews and Toni-Jane Ternent. Picture by Simon Williams/Crest Photography.

A Cramlington firm is gearing up for further expansion with a number of key appointments.

Transport management technology specialists Mandata (Management & Data Services) Ltd has taken on new employees.

Dawn Matthews joins as implementation consultant, John Liddell as an EDI developer, Toni-Jane Ternent will provide specialist IT support, Stacey Thompson is a new business development executive, and Liam McGuire has landed a role as an apprentice engineer at their Leeds office.

Elsewhere Chris Wall has been promoted to client services director, Kevin Marshall steps-up to development director, and Teresa Davidson becomes an account manager.

Mandata, which currently employs 60 people, is forecasting a 13 per cent increase in revenue this year as turnover heads towards £7million.

Mark Norcliffe, CEO, said: “We will benefit from the new starters’ expertise to meet the demand from customers who are investing in our technologies to power their own growth.

“Armed with a robust expansion plan, strong customer base, and on-going investment in people, services, infrastructure and support facilities will ensure 2017 is another successful year.”

For more information visit www.mandata.co.uk