Fast-growing IT and communications firm Thirdline has taken on four new members of staff, bringing its workforce to 20.
Daniel Matthews has joined Liddington-based Thirdline as a service desk technician, supporting clients with IT issues and helping them find solutions to meet their business needs.
And there have been two appointments to the company’s new creative division, Phoenix Factory.
Alistair Reynolds has joined the company in a development role, writing applications to make the company’s systems work more smoothly, and creating pieces of software to meet the individual needs of clients.
Meanwhile, wordsmith Dave McGuffog will be writing sparkling copy for Thirdline’s promotional print and website, and raising the company’s online profile through search engine optimisation. His talents will also be available to Phoenix Factory customers.
Finally, Ismaeel Mohammed has joined Thirdline’s Cirencester-based satellite office, heading up the device repair team, which fixes broken smartphones and tablets for business and non-business customers.
The company is also looking for an apprentice to join the IT repairs team in the Cirencester office.
The four new team members join Thirdline at an exciting time: the company has been shortlisted in four categories at the Wiltshire Business of the Year awards.
Thirdline is up for the Small Business of the Year, Customer and Staff Care, and Outstanding Excellence awards, while founder Jack Peploe is a finalist in the Business Person of the Year category.
The winners will be revealed at a glittering ceremony at Centre Parcs Longleat on Friday, April 15.
For more information about Thirdline services, log on to www.thirdline.eu