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WorkMobile continues growth with new tech appointment


 WorkMobile continues growth with new tech appointment


" Shayans drive, enthusiasm and positivity really made him stand out from the pack and were so pleased to welcome him to our growing team."
Andrew Huntly, CEO atWorkMobile



Manchester-based mobile data capture specialist, WorkMobile, has boosted its technology department following a string of new client wins. 

 

Shayan Rastegar has joined the WorkMobile team as a junior software developer, supporting on vital software development projects and supporting the wider development team. 

 

Having had a number of projects to deliver on a tight timescale for both new and existing clients, WorkMobile made the decision to expand its fast-growing technology division. Holding years of experience in the technology industry, Shayan is the latest addition to the team, with WorkMobile having also recently brought Che Knights on board as a C# developer.

 

Available on every type of mobile device, WorkMobile’s app provides a more accurate, compliant and efficient alternative to paper forms captured in real time. It is stored securely in the cloud, so information can be accessed and shared from anywhere. When necessary, businesses can have a clear electronic audit trail to keep their customers fully informed and ensure that they have proof of operating in the most compliant manner.

 

Commenting on his appointment, Shayan said: “I’m delighted to be joining the business at such an exciting time. The business is growing rapidly so there’s a lot I can get involved in right from the outset, ensuring that the WorkMobile service is the best it can be.

 

“I had a few interesting opportunities to choose from, but I chose WorkMobile because, as a fast-growing business, I believe they can offer me both the opportunity and the support to develop rapidly, both personally and professionally.

 

Andrew Huntly, CEO at WorkMobile, said: “Shayan’s drive, enthusiasm and positivity really made him stand out from the pack and we’re so pleased to welcome him to our growing team. 

 

“We’ve recently secured a number of exciting new projects, such as that with international engineering firm Laing O’Rourke, so there will be plenty for Shayan to do! We want Shayan to grow with the business, and we’re hopeful that he will play a crucial role over the coming years.”

 

For more information, please visit: www.workmobileforms.com/ 

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