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Chevin expands team for continued global growth

Chevin expands team for continued global growth

Fleet management software specialist Chevin’s expansion drive has led to the recruitment of several new team members to support its local and global operations.  
In the UK, four new members of staff have joined Chevin across a number of departments:          
  • David Hemsley, business development manager, is primarily focused on supplying fleet management software to meet the needs of public sector fleets, one of Chevin’s main client bases.         
    Gary McNamee, internal sales and account manager, is responsible for managing client accounts as well as identifying new business development opportunities.
  • Ross Jephson, SEO specialist, is responsible for managing the performance of Chevin’s recently re-launched website, to ensure that information can always be found by organisations interested in fleet management software and the latest learning materials.           
  • Sara Baker, assistant accountant, is focused on ensuring smooth transactions for Chevin’s global operations.
Also joining the team is Majed Al-Fityani, senior consultant who becomes the first full-time employee to be recruited in Chevin’s Middle East department. Based in Jordan, Majed will be responsible for helping develop business throughout the Middle East market.  

Furthermore, Chevin has this month finalised recruitment of a number of new team members in its Australia and North America offices.  

Ashley Sowerby, Chevin’s managing director, said: “As the leading global supplier of fleet management software, we have seen steadily-increasing revenue over recent years, with fleet and asset managers increasingly recognising the value of our products as effective asset management tools.
 

“In line with this growth, we are in a strong position to continue our expansion with the recruitment of several new staff members globally to help drive business further and support our customers.”  

Chevin’s revenue increased 57% year-on-year in 2016 - a figure that represents the largest increase in the company’s 27-year history. Other highlights of 2016 included the opening of a new office in France, expansion into the Middle East, and the recruitment of 27 employees around the world.  

Mr Sowerby added: “When it comes to investing in the future, we can do so on a larger scale than ever before - and that is exactly what we plan to do.  

“We have three specific goals for our global strategy: To maximise revenue growth; to streamline and improve product delivery; and to invest in future growth.”