PFH Technology Group is creating 20 new jobs on the back of the launch of its new division, PFH Business Solutions. The hires will be made over the next 24 months, with the division focusing on delivering Microsoft applications.
“This is exciting news for organisations looking for a trusted IT partner to proactively add value right across their operations,” said Paul Callaghan, chief executive of PFH Technology Group.
“The incorporation of business solutions into the PFH solutions portfolio will enable us to add yet more value to our customer engagements and to offer both end-to-end IT and applications services to organisations nationwide.”
Microsoft partner director Aisling Curtis welcomed the rollout of the new division.
“Microsoft has a long-established working relationship with PFH, built up over 20 years,” she said.
“We are delighted to see Microsoft Partners like PFH developing solutions to help businesses leverage Microsoft Cloud technology, which helps them digitally transform.”
Jason Boyle, director of technology solutions at PFH, said the move came on the back of market growth.
“The timing of this launch coincides with some fantastic technical advancements in the cloud applications space with Dynamics 365, and we are confident in the value this initiative will bring to our customers. I am pleased to announce the appointment of Jessica McIlwaine as head of business solutions.” he said.
“Jessica brings a wealth of expertise and experience designing and implementing business solutions products and services, which present significant benefits for organisations across vertical industries such as financial service, health, manufacturing, service and government.”