Commitment to ‘business as usual’ sees Fargo Systems expand

Commitment to ‘business as usual’ sees Fargo Systems expand

While it may be an understatement to say that 2020 has brought more than its fair share of challenges, Fargo Systems is committed to operating as ‘business as usual’ whenever possible. Including looking to the future and adhering to its recruitment strategy.

Kicking off the year against the backdrop of Brexit, the leading transport management solutions provider appointed Arun Malika as a test analyst based at its Ipswich Support and Project headquarters and Xueyang Yu as a graduate developer at its Exeter innovation centre.

With a background in application testing, Arun will also be responsible for driving the development of Fargo Systems automated testing processes. Steve Collins, director, says: “Arun’s impressive working knowledge of our systems and his drive for test automation advancement will prove invaluable.

“Xue studied computer science and recently graduated from the University of Southampton.  We can see Xue has huge potential and we’re excited to work with him as he further develops his software skills.”

Interviewed in early March prior to ‘lockdown’, Keirsten O’Reilly and Daniel Daley have joined the Fargo Systems team as first-line support team members. Steve Collins continues: “Strange times call for strange interactions and so, a company first, we introduced them to their colleagues virtually.

“Delighted to welcome both, Dan and Keirsten bring different skills to our now seven-strong support team.  Currently, in the throes of undertaking an intensive online training programme, a solid three weeks of remote learning will ensure that when we are all able to return to everyday working life, they’re ready to hit the ground running.

“These four appointments will be hugely beneficial to our customers and the business as we develop and progress our plans for the future.”

Further information about Fargo Systems can be found on their website.

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