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Intergen on recruitment drive to boost revenue

Intergen on recruitment drive to boost revenue

Development and services firm Intergen is recruiting staff for its Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, Christchurch and Sydney offices in an effort to boost revenues.

Managing director Tony Stewart says the company’s growth “flattened out” in the last financial year.

“We’ve been growing at an average of 25 percent year on year and we slowed down to 5 percent last year. We are planning to get that [revenue] growth back up to 25 percent. It was a difficult market last year, but things are starting to move again.”

Stewart says the 11 vacancies are across the board and include Microsoft Dynamics and SharePoint consultants.

“Dynamics is a big growth area for Intergen. We have also got a couple of BDM sales vacancies at the moment.”

He adds the company made a number of hires in February and March, including former Simpl national sales and marketing manager Nigel Blair, who joined as managed services general manager.

Recruits have also been found via Intergen’s local university graduate programme, held annually. Under the scheme, the company provides graduates with work, training and mentoring.

Once the 11 positions are filled, Intergen will have a total staff of 230.


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