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Sundown to boost employee numbers

Altham-based technology company Sundown Solutions is looking to increase employee numbers as it continues its growth plans.

After a series of prestigious client wins, Sundown is now embarking on a recruitment drive to add 20 new people to its 33-strong workforce.

Kelly-Ann Groves, Sundown Solutions’ chief operating officer, said. “We’re always on the hunt for talented people who share our passion for making technology work for our clients.

“Our ethos is to ensure that organisations of all sizes and types benefit from technology and that it works for them, and not the other way round. We’re looking for people that have excellent technical skills but are equally as good at developing strong relationships with our clients and helping solve their problems.”

The technology consultancy, which also has a US division in Fort Worth, Dallas, is hoping to appoint a range of people within the coming weeks. It also has an academy where team members are enrolled on a continual improvement programme that ensures its people are constantly developing new technical skills.

“We’re a rapidly growing business, and we need people to help us grow. Although we’re looking for experienced IT experts, we also want to speak to school or college leavers who want to develop a career in technology.”

The award-winning technology company also has Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation and sits on the Crown Commercial Services Framework. It counts the NHS, National Audit Office, RNIB, College of Police and the World Health Organisation as clients.



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