Scottish firm IT Hotdesk has signalled further growth during this challenging climate with the appointment of three key personnel and the opening of a new office in Inverness.
The company is strengthening its presence in Scotland, as it has identified an increased demand from businesses to utilise new technology to enhance operations and drive efficiencies.
Joining the team is AJ Johnstone, formerly technical director at an IT company in Aberdeen, who will be heading up the company’s growing cyber security division, as well as Leigh Reid and Clark Milton, who have been appointed as business development executives to assist with IT Hotdesk’s ambitious growth plans.
Gordon Christie, managing director of IT Hotdesk, comments: “We are delighted to be continuing our growth across Scotland, and delivering reliable technology consultancy and support services to new and existing clients.”
“Cyber security in particular is an important area of the business for us to expand, and AJ brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to help us do this. Our focus is on helping companies implement technologies that will make their businesses safer, particularly during a time where cyber crime is on the rise.
“Even during a pandemic, we have identified new opportunities, won new contracts and expanded our reach - and this is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team."
IT Hotdesk currently employs 15 people across its offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness, and specialises in IT strategy, consultancy, security and support.