Purpose Software, the UK supplier of service management software to document and print management solution providers, has extended its commitment to software development with two new appointments at its head office in High Wycombe. The expanded software development team will be responsible for ensuring that the company’s service management solutions continue to meet the needs of users and maintain their leading position in the market.
Graham Waterhouse has over twenty years’ software development experience and joins direct from Axiom Systems, a leading South Africa-based provider of integrated business applications. Prior to this, he was a business analyst at grain handling and storage specialists MKB where he designed and developed a trading application for use by hedge funds buying and selling commodities on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Graham also worked for Private Estate Life, a Luxembourg-based life assurance company, developing and enhancing in-house financial systems.
Muhammad Waseem Iqbal has over four years’ software engineering experience and joins direct from Credit4Cars, the vehicle finance specialists for people with imperfect financial histories, where he was responsible for developing and enhancing new and existing software applications. Prior to this he was a software engineer for Light Speed IT Solutions, the Essex-based software consultancy that specialises in building intelligent web-based access and reporting tools.
According to Mike Burke, Managing Director of Purpose Software: “We have expanded our software team and will be creating an exciting and visionary roadmap of new products and enhancements that enable customers to improve control and efficiency across their business operations. The team will leverage our extensive understanding of the needs of document and print management solution providers and, being UK-based, deliver a rapid and agile response to all requests from customers wishing to meet specific operational requirements or gain a competitive advantage.”