Sheffield Software Developer Expands with Ten New Staff

14th October 2015

Sheffield software development company 3Squared has appointed ten new staff in the past few weeks to cater for the company's rapid growth, with major new contracts secured in the rail sector.

This includes Dr David Yates, who has a Degree in Psychology from the University of Sheffield and industry experience in developing native mobile apps for the health sector joins 3Squared as a mobile developer along with Usmaan Dad who specialises in Android mobile development. Shann Marsland joins 3Squared as a software developer, Sean Twycross joins as project manager, whilst Cherry Challis is appointed as office manager.  Ben Walker having successfully completed a one year placement at 3Squared whilst studying at Manchester Metropolitan University, has been appointed as a full time developer.  3Squared also has appointed three junior software developers on one year placements; Ben Foyster, Jack Spink, Adam Whiting and Damon Jones. James Fox, Commercial Director at 3Squared said: -We have seen a major increase in new business in the last six months, particularly from the rail sector.  Expanding our team means being able to enhance our services to meet the demands of our ever growing client base as we strive to be the leading software App development company in the UK. These recent new appointments are just the latest in a series, which has seen staff levels at the company increase by 42 per cent in the past 12 months, with the company now employing over 40 people at its Sheffield office. 3Squared is a software development consultancy with offices in Sheffield and London. It is at the forefront in the use of technology to deliver change and innovation to clients predominantly in the construction and rail sectors.  The company has over 10 years of experience in helping organisations to use the latest technology to overcome business problems, improve efficiency and save money. For more information, contact or telephone 0333 121 3333 or visit the website

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