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Galtec Marks Record Year with Six-Figure Bonus Scheme

The team at Galtec

Galtec, one of the UK’s leading IT solutions suppliers, has today announced turnover figures in excess of £16 million for its last financial year – a £2 million increase year-on-year.

Formed in 2004, Galtec has since established itself as a leading IT solutions supplier for many organisations throughout the UK. This has been achieved through an understanding of the changing technology market, and being able to provide advice upon how to successfully evolve along with it.

As a reward to Galtec’s team for its role in businesses phenomenal growth this year, all employees who have been with the company for three years or more are set to receive part of a six-figure bonus allocation.

The six-figure sum is being allocated to staff based on their length of service at Galtec, rather than any level of seniority, meaning that employees are being rewarded for their loyalty regardless of their position within the business.

Mark Adams, Director at Galtec, said: “Without the hard work and commitment from the team at Galtec we wouldn’t be where we are today. It’s testament to the team’s knowledge and expertise that we have been able to achieve such strong turnover figures this year, and we want to demonstrate to everyone how much their loyalty is appreciated.

“Rewarding our employees based on their length of service with us is something we’ve never done before, but we wanted to try something different to show every single member of the team that their work is instrumental to the success and growth of the business.

The announcement comes along with the appointment of four new directors, who will be responsible for driving growth within the business over the next 12 months.

Jamie Bowes has been appointed as Technical Director, and will be responsible for managing the programme of professional and managed services at Galtec. With more than a decade of experience delivering infrastructure projects, Jamie places quality management at the centre of his delivery approach to ensure the ever-growing success of the business.

Tracie Walker has joined Galtec’s team of directors as Central Government Sales Director, after being promoted from her position of MOD General Sales Manager. Tracie has 27 years of experience in the sector and it this experience and knowledge of the industry combined with a thorough understanding of the customer’s environment, business requirements and objectives, gives her the ability to advise and recommend the right solution for each customer.

After initially joining Galtec in 2006 as Finance Assistant, Amy Cooke has now been appointed as Finance Director, and will be responsible for overseeing the finance department, HR, and Payroll, as well as taking on responsibility for quality assurance and retention of relevant financial accreditations.

The final addition to the team of directors is John O’Connell, Sales Director, who will be instrumental to the growth of the business throughout 2019. Having already been with the business for 10 years, John has demonstrated his commitment to driving the sales team forward and bringing new talent into the business. As Sales Director John will work closely with the sales team to create incentives that not only push the team to achieve better results but of course make sure they are well rewarded.

Mark added: “The new team of directors know the business inside out, and their combined expertise is crucial to support the growth plans of the company over the next 12 months and into the future. We’re projecting turnover to reach in excess of £20 million this year, and are already on target to hit this figure after a fantastic start to the year.

“In light of this projected growth we’re looking to recruit a number of experienced Account Managers as well as technical staff to help the existing team to deliver second to none procurement and support service to current clients while striving to help us to grow and develop as a business.”