Louise Doyle
Louise Doyle, Mesma's director.
Rebecca Wayman

Newcastle company boosts employment figures with software development investment

A Newcastle-based provider of subscription-based technology is aiming to boost its headcount.

Mesma, which helps colleges and other FE training organisations and universities, is looking to improve its partner associate team and software developer capability over the coming six months.

The move will help national FE colleges and independent training providers implement effective quality improvement systems aligned to external inspection requirements.

Mesma director Louise Doyle said: “We have continued to build an impressive portfolio of national clients since we started six years ago and our ever-growing number of customers and projects on our roster, is testament to the fantastic work carried out by our team.

“We are going for growth and looking for ambitious and talented people to join us as we look to improve our services to customers even more. Everyone brings something different, new skills and new views, and we will be delighted to have them on board.”

Mesma wants to bring on an undisclosed number of improvement partners, who can help learning and skills teams to evaluate current performance levels, identify areas for improvement and plan change effectively.

The company is keen to support flexible opportunities to encourage diverse groups of people into software development by providing part-time, home-based roles.

The investment in additional resources is being made after Mesma, which is targeting revenues in excess of £350k in 2019, secured a number of new customers in recent months in the UK and Middle East.

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