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SimpleClick expands with the appointment of two developers

Leading technical agency, SimpleClick is proudly announcing a period of growth, resulting in the appointment of two new developers. Over the last year the Ipswich-based agency has seen the business grow at a fast but sustainable rate thanks to a number of new business wins and an increase in project work from existing clients. The secret to its success is the SimpleClick team, and the company is proud of its low staff turnover, having not experienced a resignation since 2015.

Matt Miller joins the team as a Developer. A highly-trained and experienced professional, Matt specialises in JavaScript, C# and Swift. Matt has more than three years of experience and continues to expand his existing skill set. He joins the team with a wealth of knowledge in both programming and systems design, along with web, mobile and game development.

Matt said: “I am very excited to be joining SimpleClick. It is an agency with a reputation for developing successful and innovative software. What is clear to me is how well the senior team looks after their staff, and I’m looking forward to working with such an exciting agency and providing quality projects that clients love."

George Lee has also joined the team as a Junior Developer and is experienced in HTML, C#, CSS and JavaScript. In his spare time George developed an app for aptitude testing called CBAT which has over 4,000 users.

George said: “I am delighted to be starting my career at SimpleClick. I’m very excited to be joining a highly-regarded team and look forward to being involved with innovative projects.”

The agency is aiming to more than double its team of 12 by 2021.

Managing Director at SimpleClick, Richard Jennis, said: “I’m delighted to welcome George and Matt to the team. We have ambitious plans for 2019, and to see the team grow with the company is a mark of SimpleClick’s success. It is a great way to start the year and it is a sign of good things to come.”

Sue Wilcock