VAR Thesaurus has continued to buck the economic downturn by boosting staff numbers to cope with new business demand.
The firm, which is an IBM Premier Partner, currently employs more than 80 people and has recently added a further five to the list on the client management and engineering teams to work on the company’s European and Middle Eastern contracts.
Mike Vinten, chief executive of Thesaurus, said: “We are pleased that recent business success has enabled us to further invest in UK recruitment. Our new client managers and engineering staff will ensure we continue to provide our customers the highest level of service and responsiveness with the latest IT solutions.”
Chris Gillott, new client manager at Thesaurus, added: “Thesaurus has been around since 1987 and has gone from strength to strength, working with an impressive portfolio of corporate and government authorities. I’m really excited to be given the opportunity to work with such a well-established company.”
Today saw 14 of the UK IT channel's biggest hitters come together to determine the winners of CRN's WiC awards. But what does being a WiC judge actually involve? Doug Woodburn reports
'Smaller firms may struggle to keep up with Microsoft's innovation with Dynamics' says CEO Stuart Fenton after acquiring assets from Profile Enterprise Solutions
Pete Peterson admits the firm hasn't always been the 'easiest company to do business with'
New chief exec Aaron Painter says 'longer-term strategy' could see firm tackle the Asian market