QuoStar announces new business unit and jobs amid growth phase
January 15th, 2016
QuoStar, the business consultancy and information technology firm, has announced the launch of a new business unit, Managed Document Solutions (MDS). This development is part of a broader expansion programme, as the Bournemouth based business is on a recruitment drive to hire local candidates to fill five roles.
The MDS unit will be headed up by James Stelfox who takes on a new role as Managing Director of MDS, alongside his current position as a board member at QuoStar. James’ focus is to grow the current team working on MDS and expand its portfolio, in addition to improving the market share currently held by QuoStar in this area.
James Stelfox, Managing Director of MDS at QuoStar, comments:
“Our proven expertise and position with the outsourcing, business consulting and IT infrastructure arenas has mapped perfectly into the MDS space. It’s exciting to lead a new team of expert analysts and consultants into an area where we can really make a difference.”
Although QuoStar operates nationally and internationally, many of the new roles will be based in the Bournemouth operations centre. The firm is particularly keen to hire local people from the area, but will consider offering relocation packages for exceptional candidates to move to the South coast. The roles range from Head of Technical Services to Junior IT Technician.
QuoStar’s CEO, Robert Rutherford, comments:
“We’re entering a really exciting period at QuoStar; launching a new business unit puts us in a strong position to kick off 2016 on the front foot. With 10 years in our leadership team, we know James can deliver strong and fast growth within the MDS unit whilst retaining the high levels of quality and service that’s expected of us. At QuoStar we have always looked to invest in the local area. We are pleased to maintain this endeavour by encouraging candidates from Bournemouth and the wider region to join us in the New Year.”
For more information about the jobs available, click here.
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