Business communications specialist NGC Networks has made five new appointments after reporting another successful year with turnover increasing to £4m.
The engineering team has been boosted by the arrival of David Alderton from IT services business Highlander, Sheffield, while Michael Taylor becomes NGC’s first engineering apprentice.
In the network services team, Frank Broodie, Jessica Henfrey and Beth Coney have been appointed as operations co-ordinators.
Wakefield-based NGC has promoted Kelly Paynter to network services team leader, Paul Horbowyj to sales team leader and Jamie Green to technical services team leader.
The company is also recruiting sales account managers as it looks to grow its 25-strong workforce in the next six months.
NGC Networks provides telecommunications solutions and internet connectivity to companies across the North of England. Its growing client portfolio includes Superbreak Holidays, Puma UK, Timpson, The Car People, Stelrad, and Gorse Academies and Outwood Academies Trusts.
The business, run by directors Nikki Guest and Dean Harrop, has enjoyed a 20 per cent year-on-year rise to £4m turnover in 2015 and maintained profitability.
Nikki Guest said: “We’ve had a very successful year in which we have retained valued clients and attracted new business. This in turn means we are adding to our workforce to ensure we continue to deliver our business telephony solutions and internet technology with unrivalled levels of customer service.
“We are also helping our customers to address important legislative changes, such as the recent Ofcom regulations around non-geographic numbers and UK calling.”
Growth areas for the business include contact centres and call recording as well as supporting clients who take secure payments meet Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards.