Telematics experts The Floow have expanded their work force and welcomed two apprentices as permanent members of staff following business growth and a recent investment from the Direct Line Insurance Group plc.
Their newest recruits include Developer Analyst Dr Daniel Moyo as well Junior Web Developer Arran Scott.
Academic and analyst Dr Daniel Moyo recently completed a PhD in computational modelling and simulation at the Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering at The University of York. As part of his studies Daniel spent a year modelling and analysing social research data at The University of Sheffield.
Developer Arran Scott spent two years working with Ruby programming at conference calls and teleconference service Meetupcall, which is based in Doncaster.
The latest appointments follow the arrival of Data Analyst Luke Willis, Java Developer Carl Ibbotson and Junior Web Developer Joshua Obaro, who all joined the organisation during the summer.
Olivia Todd and Adam Sharp have also both seen their contracts extended after completing apprenticeships with the organisation.
Former Barnsley College student Olivia joined the organisation in November 2013 as a Social Media, Marketing and Graphic Design Apprentice after applying through the apprenticeship provider Baltic Training Services. Olivia will begin her work as a full-time Junior Graphic Designer when her apprenticeship finishes in November 2014.
Adam joined The Floow through an apprenticeship with Remit Training and became a permanent Junior Web Developer in August.
Aldo Monteforte, CEO and Co-founder of The Floow, said: “We are delighted to welcome so many new faces to our team.
“We employ experts in the fields of computer science, data mining, automotive electronics and user experience design, and each of the new appointments brings a wealth of experience and understanding to these areas and their role.
“The expansion of the team will support our global reach to a host of blue chip insurance firms worldwide and allow us to continue our research into the methods of capturing and analysing data.”
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