Q2Q prepares for 2018 with two new hires

Lancaster-based IT specialist Q2Q has expanded its technical team with a pair of appointments.

Martin Bilton will join the 10-strong team as technical manager, bringing 18 years’ industry experience to the position.

Phil Irwin will assume the role of technical support analyst. Having provided support for government and legal organisations in previous roles, he has a wealth of knowledge acquired through almost 20 years in IT.

These latest hires follow the recent expansion of Q2Q’s services to include GDPR assistance, alongside the core portfolio of managed IT support, proactive systems monitoring, cloud management, data recovery back-up and cyber-security protection.

The appointments follow a 20 per cent revenue increase projected for the 2017-18 financial year, and will likely be followed by further appointments.

Andrew Stellakis, managing director, said: “It’s been an exciting year as we’ve welcomed more clients on board, extended our services into GDPR support and brought even more talented individuals into the fold.

“SMEs finally seem to be sitting up and realising that they don’t need to tackle everything on their own and that outsourcing IT isn’t just for bigger companies. And with so much work to be done when it comes to readying systems and procedures for the GDPR, we’re seeing an upturn in smaller companies realising it’s in their best interests to ask for help.”

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