NEXOR GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH
More and more businesses are seeing the benefits of using Nexor’s solutions, and to help us to deliver these we are delighted to welcome our latest recruits.
Andrew Kays, Managing Director of Nexor, comments:
“With a series of new contracts signed, and some exciting developments in prospect, I’m delighted to see yet more accredited professionals joining the company.”
Peter Babbington-Fowles joins us as Portfolio Manager having previously worked at Marconi, DENSO, Software AG, Synchro and Synectic Systems, where he was involved in product and project management, as well as the analysis, design and implementation of software products for the Telecommunications, Construction, Safety, Security, Public Sector and Automotive industries.
Phillip Shaw joins our development team as a Software Engineer with thirty years of experience in software development and computing, previously having worked for companies such as IBM and Marconi. His experience includes embedded software, security control software, SCADA, defence systems and telecoms.
Adam Reed is our new Senior Test Engineer and holds the ISEB testing standard. His career background is largely in software development around quality assurance (QA), consultancy and support. He joins Nexor having previously worked as a Senior Test Analyst for 14 years at Unit4, a leading global business and financial software company based in the UK.
If you too feel that you have got what it takes to be part of these exciting times for Nexor, an Investors in People Gold company, send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com.
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