Leeds cloud computing experts, virtualDCS continues to employ and expand to meet business demands.
Now hiring a graduate from Leeds Trinity University College.
The new recruit comes shortly after Andrew Cuthbertson joined the virtualDCS team in a business development role, having been previously employed by the motor retailer Sytner Group. The company has also recently relocated to a larger premises this year, moving from Thorpe Park Leeds to The Waterscape in Kirkstall to meet these expanding company demands.
virtualDCS now welcomes new Marketing Executive Nikki Towler to the team, a recent Media and Marketing graduate from Leeds Trinity University College who is passionate about the cloud computing services that virtualDCS provides.
Nikki recently said: “The Cloud Computing market has dramatically increased over the last few years and is showing no signs of slowing down, as more and more businesses are realising what benefits this technology can bring to their organisations. I am really excited about working with such a rapidly growing company as virtualDCS, in such an innovative sector.”
Richard May, managing director of virtualDCS said: “The demand for our cloud hosting services is growing every day due to the flexibility, productivity and cost benefits that we can provide. The appointment of Nikki has been a crucial aspect of our growth strategy as we aim to provide even more businesses with these benefits. Through Nikki’s skills, we are confident that she can help us achieve this.”
Regarding the new position, Nick Beaton, a senior lecturer at Leeds Trinity University College said: “Nikki was a first class student, who from day one was keen to excel at everything she did here at Leeds Trinity University College. As her Personal Tutor, I followed her progress throughout her three years here. She is a very determined and mature young woman who will certainly prove herself to be a tremendous asset to virtualDCS and I have absolutely no doubts about her ability to succeed and wish her every success in the future.”