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IT company expands workforce with technical duo.

AN IT firm has expanded its workforce.

Llay-based MWL Systems has taken-on two technical team members, Josh Storm and Will Jones.

For nearly three decades, MWL has grown and grown, signing cutting edge deals with top Wales organisation.

Its most recent contract was with Pennaf Housing Group for the second phase of its MAVIS system, a cloud-based software package which monitors the repair and maintenance of properties.

Will, 25, from Mold, has joined the company as a systems engineer after working as a local high school's ICT Manager, supporting 500 users.

His new role involves tackling everything from solving customers' day-to-day IT snags to installing major new infrastructure in large organisations.

"Working at MWL Systems is giving me the best opportunity in terms of gaining experience and knowledge in a large, reputable network support provider."

Connah's Quay native Josh, 18, joined from St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School in Flint.

His role as workshop technician involves exciting, high tech tasks such as helping to build servers for customers.

Josh said: "With all the information I am absorbing and the new things I am seeing week in week out, I know that MWL Systems is the place to be for anyone with a passion for IT."

Managing director Patrick Kingsley-Williams added: "Expanding our team here at MWL in the current climate was not a decision we took lightly but we firmly believe that taking on such young, enthusiastic talent in the long run will pay huge dividends. Having Will and Josh on board is really the best form of investment for the future of our business."

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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 14, 2012
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