A GROWING Oswestry business has revealed two new appointees ahead of a busy 2022.

Endpoint Automation Services (EAS), robotic process automation (RPA) specialist is gearing up for significant growth next year.

Tim Hollingworth, joins as lead project manager for existing and new automation projects.

His role will see Tim utilising a wealth of incident management experience as well as adding significant value to the EAS Support Centre.

The new role has seen Tim relocating from Toronto, Canada, where he has held for the last four-and-a-half years a project manager position with A&M Certified Restoration. Prior to this Tim was employed at Fujitsu as an incident service manager.

Ellie Kemp has been appointed to the position of technical consultant.

Ellie will immediately serve in an RPA technical consultant role for EAS’s existing and new automation projects. She brings with her considerable global account management experience and having recently graduated from the Manchester Codes Software Engineering Fast Track programme will add immediate value to the development team.

She has joined from Dentsu where Ellie held for more than two-and-a-half years a global investment executive position, which saw her managing projects across more than 50 international markets.

Phil Lewis, managing director at EAS said: “Only midway into Q4 of 2021 and we have had another incredible year of growth. We are now excited to plan for EAS’s continued expansion into 2022.

"I take great pleasure in welcoming both Tim and Ellie, and wishing them all much success in their new challenging roles.”