Manchester-based mobile data capture specialist, WorkMobile, has furthered the recent expansion of its technology department with the appointment of an experienced new software developer.
With more than 20 years of software development experience, Che Knights joins the WorkMobile team as a C# developer, and will be helping to develop WorkMobile’s systems in line with industry best practice.
Having held a variety of programmer and developer positions at both national and international businesses, including Pets at Home, Pregis and most recently cloud-based software company Kaonix, Che will be able to draw on his breadth of experience to create new opportunities for WorkMobile.
WorkMobile is an award-winning mobile data capture app that replaces paper to enable remote staff to complete digital forms and capture all essential business data, including signatures, videos, photographs and GPS locations. manner.
Commenting on his appointment, Che said: “Manchester is home to a burgeoning number of forward-thinking technology companies, and, as a leading provider of cloud-based digital solutions, WorkMobile is no exception. I’m delighted to be joining the business during this period of growth, and helping to ensure its software systems remain at the cutting edge and the WorkMobile app is the best it can be.”
Andrew Huntly, CEO at WorkMobile, said: “We are really pleased to welcome Che to our team. Having recently secured a number of exciting new projects, including with international engineering firm Laing O’Rourke, we are keen to make sure our tech team is as strong as possible. Che will play a crucial role in helping us to continue to exceed our customers’ expectations and remain at the forefront of our field.”
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"Having recently secured a number of exciting new projects, including with international engineering firm Laing ORourke, we are keen to make sure our tech team is as strong as possible. "
Andrew Huntly, CEO at WorkMobile
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