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Synergi appoints senior consultant in growth push

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Kashish Kumar, senior consultant at cloud and digital transformation specialist Synergi

Digital transformation and cloud specialist Synergi has appointed a new senior consultant to its 25-strong team, as it looks to push turnover through the £3m barrier.

Kashish Kumar brings with him 12 years’ experience in a series of technical and consultancy roles, and is a senior certified Microsoft Professional.

His new role as senior Office 365 automation and collaboration consultant will see him involved in pre and post-sales, working alongside design, development and support colleagues to implement solutions that will help clients streamline operations and improve efficiency and productivity.

Gateshead-based Synergi is an award-winning Microsoft Partner with a UK-wide client base, and specialises in advanced cloud solutions using technologies such as Office 365, SharePoint, Nintex, Azure, Valo, and Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Kashish said: “Synergi’s national client list and the opportunity to work with organisations such as the AA, Lloyds of London, Northumbrian Water and Port of Tyne were partly what attracted me to the role, as well as being able to work alongside Synergi’s Chief Technology Officer Justin again.

“Being part of a company with a strong reputation for technical expertise and close partnerships with big names in the technical world is a great opportunity to further my career. I’m looking forward to working alongside a high calibre team creating cloud-based solutions that improve systems and processes, boost workflow and productivity, and have a real impact on our clients’ success.”

Commenting on the appointment, Synergi’s managing director Peter Joynson said: “Kashish has a strong combination of technical and customer-facing skills, making him an ideal addition to the team.

“This is the latest in a series of appointments aimed at keeping pace with a growing customer base. Cloud-based technologies have done away with the need to invest capital in hardware and software, and organisations of all sizes are rapidly realising how integrated process automation and collaborative working results in the real-time business intelligence on which to base strategic growth decisions.

“Our reputation is built on insightful and long-term solutions delivered by an expert team, and Kashish is a welcome addition.

“Now in our sixth year of steady growth, we expect to push through the £3m barrier by the end of this year, and we look forward to Kashish playing an essential part in achieving our expansion plans.”