Wolf Group Moves To Secure Further High-Skill Talent

Wolf Group have announced the appointment of a new technical architect.

John Simmons has been hired as a technical architect at Wolf Group, a leading software house based in the North East.

The latest in a string of high caliber recruits, John brings with him a wealth of experience from 18 years working for BT as a solutions architect on a variety of high value multi-faceted IT projects for clients that include the NHS and local government.

In joining, John will now take a leading role in analysing business critical processes on a key project targeted at developing mobile workforce systems for one of Wolf Group’s key clients, who operate in the fast paced utilities sector.

John said: “I’m pleased to be joining the team at such an exciting time in the company’s development and can’t wait to use some of my insight and experience to get my teeth into new projects.”

“It’s refreshing to work for a local company where I’m able to have genuine opportunity to influence the agenda, rather than being a small fish in a big pond.”

This appointment underpins the software firm’s aggressive growth strategy, which in turn responds to an ever growing demand from corporate clients for high end technical talent capable of managing high level development projects.

CTO, Barry Davison, added: “2015 has been a landmark year for Wolf Group following a number of client successes and investment in key additions to the team, John has great skills and will allow us to be even more responsive to our clients growing needs.”

“We have a long history of delivering superior IT services, and with John’s astute technical background that will help shape more thorough solutions for clients, we can further cement our reputation as a premium software firm.”

Wolf Group, who count corporates G4S and TRW as clients, have provided IT consultancy and bespoke software solutions to sectors such as healthcare, manufacturing, finance and retail for almost two decades.


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