Technology services provider, The Frame Group, has made two new Brisbane-based appointments in response to strong growth in that state.
The company has also relocated offices in Brisbane to accommodate the expansion. The new premises has the capacity for 15-20 staff, and currently houses 12. The Frame Group national sales and marketing manager, Roger Barlow, said more appointments will be made soon.
"I'm recruiting now to bolster the sales team with a BDM and an internal sales/estimator position," Barlow said.
Jason Edlin has been appointed as senior business consultant. Prior to joining The Frame Group, Edlin held various positions at Suncorp, including business process architect and team leader business control and analysis.
Ross Taylor has been appointed as a technical specialist and comes to The Frame Group with experience in designing and implementing unified communications solutions for Queensland Government agencies. Barlow said the new appointments had been made in response to customer demand in these areas.
"As well as suiting our general growth plans for Brisbane, we're seeing a lot of diversification of our business around business consulting services in Queensland," he said.
The Frame Group has offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. Barlow said all cities had been experiencing similar growth.
The company's customer base includes the Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, Suncorp Metway, Queensland Health, Queensland Transport, Fairfax Business Media, Channel 7, Bovis Len Lease, University of NSW and Sydney Water.