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It's been a 'super summer' as Gloucestershire software specialists make 10 key appointments

Software specialists CAM have made 10 key appointments across the business as it continues to grow to meet the demands of the tyre industry.

Based at the Draycott Business Park in Cam, the company provides specialist business management software to the tyre trade.

The new appointments have been made across all departments of the business and led to the operations director calling it a "super summer" for the firm.

Mark Abbott joins as technical delivery consultant with a focus on implementation of CAM's new warehouse management application.

The new appointments at CAM: Top row (l to r) Maria Wiggett, Mark Abbott, Christine Flynn, Aaron Revell. Bottom row: Steve Hollinsbee, Steven Wrangham and Hannah Cuttriss

Experienced programme manager Steven Wrangham joins the product management team along with project consultant Steve Hollingsbee.

Mr Wrangham will assume full responsibility for all Micheldever related projects.

Mr Hollingsbee will work alongside the growing team of project consultants working with designated customers and assigned projects to ensure timely delivery in line with individual project specifications.

Andy Iles joins as a support consultant working with Tructyre ATS, and Cailin Tootle also joins the support team.

In addition, Christine Flynn becomes a software tester while Hannah Cuttriss and Aaron Revell are both appointed as customer liaison officers.

Julie Burroughs and Maria Wiggett join the accounts department.

Ryan Naughton, operations director of CAM, said: "It's a super summer at CAM with these experienced appointments who are joining the company at a very exciting time.

"We continue to develop our IT ecosystem to meet the constantly evolving and growing needs and demands of the tyre industry. We're looking forward to welcoming them to our growing team."

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