Sheffield-tech firm sees rapid growth in revenue, staff and customers

1st November 2017

TribePad, the specialist recruitment software consultancy, have had a hugely successful 2017, winning new contracts with companies including Warner Bros.

, ASDA, Ford and the Church of England. These new contracts mean they are on track to grow annual revenues by 29%. The Sheffield-based company is the choice of many leading organisations for recruitment software including the BBC, Tesco, Serco and KFC. The award-winning recruitment platform founded in 2008 by Dean Sadler, is used globally by HR and recruitment leaders, processing more than nine million applications across 120 countries last year. TribePad promises to make recruitment more efficient and less administrative, reducing the time taken to hire candidates via a sophisticated, yet intuitive platform. In this last week, the team of 28, have been certified with the 'Made in Sheffield' mark, a recognised brand worldwide, synonymous with quality engineering going back centuries. TribePad was awarded the accreditation in recognition of its innovative recruitment software which is 100% produced in Sheffield. Neil Armstrong, TribePad's Commercial Director said, -We're really proud to be in Sheffield. We're increasingly dealing with companies outside the UK and the Made in Sheffield brand is respected the world over. Other recent successes for TribePad include gaining 'Cyber Essentials Plus' security accreditation and being crowned winners for Yorkshire and the Humber for 'The Best use of Technology' in 2017 Chamber Business Awards. The team will battle it out against other regional winners in the national finals in November. As the company continues to grow so does its team. In the last few months, TribePad have hired three new members of staff in service delivery and a new Commercial Director. The company are now looking for a further three members to join the Sales and Marketing team. If you are passionate about customer-focused technology and want to work fast-growing company that promotes creativity and flexible working, please visit TribePad's website.

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