NG Bailey has moved to bolster its IT services division by luring "leading talent" from big industry names including Capita and Brocade.
The engineering, IT and facilities services giant announced that four new staff have been taken on at NG Bailey IT Services, its £50m-turnover Cisco Gold partner arm.
This includes Emma Goodman, who joins as interim head of account management from Brocade and Stephen Moore, who has moved from Daisy Group to fill the role of retail sales manager.
Gary Gethin, formerly of ITM Communications, and Joe Hargreaves, formerly of Comms-care, have also joined in the positions of external account manager and account manager respectively.
Kelly Tedesco, business development director of the IT Services division, said: "The recruitment drive is a clear signal of our ambition to invest in the future and maintain our position as a leader in one of the fastest-moving, and fastest-growing, sectors.
"To attract people of this calibre and experience, from some of the biggest names in the market, underlines how far NG Bailey has come in the field of IT services and our determination to extend our skills base."
NG Bailey IT Services' revenue hit £52.05m in its most recent financial year but the group as a whole boasts a turnover of £425m, employing 2,500 people.
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