Aftersales systems provider eDynamix has expanded its team by 17 staff since the start of 2016 in order to deal with rising demand.
It has appointed 13 new employees in research, development and support functions, plus four customer-facing staff.
Ismail Ibrahim has joined as a business development manager, covering London and the South East.
Sam Dehal, previously a used car account manager at Parkway Volkswagen, has also been appointed as a business development manager for eDynamix’s Australia operation.
Janine Wakefield has joined the client services team, helping support all business functions and BDMs, together with current and new customers.
And Kimberley Smith was appointed to the marketing executive role; overseeing all marketing and design tasks, including the company website, branding and ongoing advertising activities.
Iain Nickalls, eDynamix director, said: “We are continuing our steep growth, and to ensure we continue to support our customers to the extremely high levels they have become accustomed to, we are continuing to invest in people.”
eDynamix provides systems for service, repair and finance plans, vehicle health checks, online bookings and customer follow-ups.