Digital consultancy and agile software development company PDMS is pleased to announce the appointment of four new recruits to their Glasgow based team.
These appointments follow an expansion in PDMS’ operations in Scotland with the team growing by over fifty percent in the last twelve months and the company still actively looking to recruit for a number of new roles.
Chris Hunter, Ellis Aitkin, Suzanne Maxwell-Brown and Cameron Masterton have joined their growing team in Glasgow. Ellis and Chris have been appointed as Business Analysts, Suzanne as a Project Manager and Cameron as a Test Analyst. The new roles have been created following an increased demand for the company’s digital consultancy services and solutions from both new and existing clients.
Chris is an experienced Business Analyst with a background in Lean Six Sigma and continuous improvement. He has a strong track record of working with stakeholders to get to the root of business problems and developing meaningful solutions.
Ellis joins PDMS following ten years working in the energy sector, most recently working as a Business Analyst implementing software working with in-house development teams.
Suzanne has joined PDMS as a Project Manager and has a background in logistics and implementation. In her new role, she will work closely with clients to successfully deliver large-scale technology projects, project managing teams of analysts and developers.
Cameron is an experienced Test Analyst, with a background covering manual, API and automation testing. He will work closely with PDMS’ software developers and clients to ensure that solutions delivered meet client’s exact requirements.
Commenting on the four new appointments, Chief Operating Officer, Jayne Hartley said:
‘We are delighted to welcome Chris, Ellis, Suzanne and Cameron to our Glasgow team and the wider PDMS family. They have all hit the ground running and have already made a positive impact on the projects they are involved in. The appointment of four further employees in Glasgow forms part of our ongoing growth strategy as we continue to deliver increased digital transformation and agile software development services in Scotland.’