Bolton-based Electronic point of sale (EPoS) software specialist, Nisyst, is continuing to recruit in preparation for further growth with the appointment of David Mosley as a technical help desk support engineer.
The appointment brings the number of help desk engineers at Nisyst to 11, demonstrating the company’s impressive expansion, particularly in the charity sector where its CHARiot EPoS system has quickly become a market leader.
David’s position will combine telephone technical support for Nisyst customers with a field-based installation and engineer role. David brings a varied technical background to his new post and has undergone a comprehensive training programme to ensure that he is fully conversant with all elements of both the company’s NPoS retail system and its CHARiot charity shop software.
Comments David: “This is a great opportunity for me to develop my career with a growing and dynamic company that has built an excellent reputation in the marketplace thanks to its advanced products and commitment to high service standards.”
David is the latest in a number of new recruits to join Nisyst following a series of new contract wins, including Cat’s Protection, St Luke’s Hospice, Wirral St John’s Hospice and Queenscourt Hospice.
Bob Chunilal, managing director at Nisyst, added: “As we continue to expand our customer base, building our team is critical to maintaining the excellent service that lies at the heart of our success.
“We’re delighted to welcome David to the team and look forward to announcing more new appointments soon.”