WMS provider SnapFulfil has invested £2 million in building its team to support growth.
The company has expanded with the addition of 20 new team members in roles such as project manager, implementation analyst, network engineer, technical developer and QA manager.
The company has seen increased demand from existing customers as well as winning new contracts in both its UK/Europe and US territories, such as Bloom & Wild in the UK.
The company said that there had been a particular surge in activity via the direct-to-consumer (D2C) sector, with the global pandemic accelerating the bricks and mortar retail move towards D2C and many enterprise-level businesses experiencing unprecedented annual e-commerce growth of up to 35%.
SnapFulfil CEO, Tony Dobson, said: “We’ve invested heavily to attract new talent and I’m delighted to welcome so many new faces to the team. Our business continues to grow at an exponential rate and we still have a number of vacancies to fill.”Image credits: