Business Micros Expands Programming Team

Posted on 13 January 2016

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The success story at Business Micros continues with another new appointment at the company’s Dumfriesshire programming centre.

Murray Pattison, aged 24, has joined as a programming technician with a specific brief to help maximise the efficiency of the core programming team.  Murray is carrying out the set up of data and reports ready for the programming team to work on, and researching solutions for programming problems so that they can move more quickly from task to task.

An Information Technology graduate from Dumfries, Murray joins Business Micros at a time when the company is expanding fast to keep pace with demand for its core software programmes such as Evolution and EvoNet, and in particular for its bespoke customer solutions.

Managing Director Graeme Bailey commented:  “Murray gives us the opportunity to work smarter in our programming centre and make sure that our experienced programmers are as efficient as possible.  We’re getting busier all the time and, while we are very willing to invest in expanding our team, it’s important that we get the right people like Murray into roles where they can have the biggest impact on helping us to help customers.”