Posted in Panel Wood & Solid Surface in Feb 2017
Joinerysoft’s new flagship premises in Chippenham, Wiltshire heralds the expansion of its software development team and also provides a modern training facility for customers of its JMS software for bespoke timber joinery.
With over 850 joinery manufacturers using its software worldwide, Joinerysoft is expanding its development team to keep up with its tradition of continuous development, bringing new benefits and features to both new and existing customers. Situated near the M4 corridor the premises provide an ideal location to attract new employees. The relocation will help the company to expand further providing a professional and fun working environment for the software development team. Starting as a family business the company now has 22 employees but retains its family ethos.
New Training Facility
The new premises also contain a modern training facility that will allow Joinerysoft to offer additional in-house training courses in a workshop environment as well as one to one bespoke training solutions for customers.
Joinerysoft will be rolling out several workshops at the new premises. Initially planning a short session for complete beginners, it will be available to all customers and is particularly suitable for new starters. Alan Turner, Managing Director, at Joinerysoft commented, “Our goal is to ensure that our customers get the most from their JMS software and it pleases me that we can at long last run regular workshops in house in a professional and less distracting environment for customers.” He adds, “Attending group workshops provides a cost-effective method for our customers to train additional employees or those who’ve recently joined their company.”
As well as software developers, Joinerysoft is also recruiting bench joiners to utilise their experience in a new and interesting way within its customer support team. John Berry, Support Manager, says, “With our customer base growing we require bench joiners who understand manufacturing techniques and talk the same language as our customers. It’s an interesting job and suits anyone who enjoys talking to people and knows a small amount about computers. With our software designed for joiners you don’t have to be an expert in computers to use it, but you do have to have experience with bespoke timber joinery.”
If you are interested in finding out more about jobs at Joinerysoft you can visit www.joinerysoft.com/jobs or call 01608 643302.
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