New faces at Wolf Systems

As a people-centric business, Wolf Systems is pleased to have recently strengthened its workforce with the addition of one new recruit and two more familiar faces.

Nicola Cinderby

Nicola Cinderby joins us as Management Accountant and will be taking over from Robin Stait when he retires in a few months’ time. Having joined Wolf Systems only in January, she is currently working alongside Robin to ensure a smooth handover, is eager to gain a deeper understanding of Wolf Systems customers and looks forward to contributing to the developments planned for this year. “Wolf Systems is a very organised and structured company, within which building good customer relationships is key. It’s been challenging, but very rewarding so far and it’s great to be involved with a company that’s moving forward like this,” she says.

Graham Sweet

Business Development Manager Graham Sweet worked in Wolf Systems’ design office for a number of years before positions with some of the largest truss manufacturers in the country, including Design Office Manager at Howarth Timber Engineering Solutions. An architectural design graduate, Graham brings with him invaluable timber engineering and design experience, together with an appreciation of several design and management software packages. Like Nicola, he has thrown himself into his new role at an exciting time for Wolf and the timber engineering industry. “I always knew Wolf Systems had great software and whilst working for other manufacturers I’ve been able to see these advantages,” he says. “It’s great to be back and I’m keen to show potential customers just how much we can offer – I’ll be knocking on your door soon!”

Gavin Stafford

New to his role, but not quite so new to Wolf, is Gavin Stafford. After 12 months’ within our Software Helpdesk team, he has traded telephone headset and desk for mobile phone and car keys and joins our expanded Customer Support team. “I’ve gained a really good grounding in how our customers use our software and now I’m keen, just like the rest of the Customer Support team, to see how I can help them get the most from it,” he says. “Over the next few months I plan to visit customers to get a better insight to the specific needs of their businesses.”

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