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Meantime appoints new web developer

Meantime IT has appointed Danny Davies as a web developer, increasing the team at the expanding Kendal-based bespoke software development company to 10 staff.

His new role will see Danny developing systems for clients including tourism operators, national conveyancing practitioners, e-commerce retailers and Meantime’s own in-house management system.

“Web development has long been a hobby of mine, and I’ve spent years teaching myself coding and scripting, as well as taking formal qualifications in Java and Oracle” says Danny. “However, I’d reached the stage where I wasn’t satisfied with just developing sites for friends and family and felt the need to take web development to a full-time career. This role at Meantime gives me the opportunity to do just that, and I’m very much looking forward to working with an incredibly professional team and a very impressive client base.”

Fenner Pearson is Meantime’s managing director. “We have a very cohesive team here at Meantime, and choose our staff very selectively,” he says. “As well as having to demonstrate exceptional skills in web development, we look for colleagues that will enhance our working environment and, ultimately, the services we offer our clients. After several months of searching, we think we’ve found just that in Danny and are delighted to welcome him into the fold.”

Danny has recently returned from a backpacking tour of south-west China, and is a keen traveller, enjoying activity holidays that take in skiing, cycling and motorcycling.

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