It's Lolly Gets Set for 2022 with Three New Appointments

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Denisa Richvalska
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It's Lolly Gets Set for 2022 with Three New Appointments

It’s Lolly, the hospitality technology specialist, is expanding yet again with the appointment of three new staff members. The appointees are joining across various departments, in roles involved with technical support, customer service, and finance.Tiago Ferreira, joins Lolly in the role of Customer Support Executive and will be working on a key Lolly client account. In his previous role at Ryman he helped support teams across Central London.He comments: ”I am dedicated to excelling when it comes to customer service. I have had a really positive start with Lolly, and love my new role, everyone is very welcoming, and no two days are ever the same.”Joining the technical department in a support role is Kye Bates. With a passion for IT and a keen technical mind, Kye will be assisting clients with technical issues.“I’m really happy to be joining Lolly, as I’ve always wanted to progress my career in IT,” adds Kye. “Lolly has offered me the opportunity to learn and gain experience on the job and has delivered fantastic training through a scheduled plan, in addition to lots of support from other team members.”Steph Rendon has been appointed as Finance Support Executive, and will be assisting the Lolly senior finance team in a wide variety of tasks, including invoicing and bookkeeping.Steph comments: “Lolly has been exceptionally accommodating, letting me work on a flexible, remote basis for the time being whilst I am based in Colombia visiting my family. The whole team have been super welcoming and helpful - even from a significant distance!”With 2022 set to be another busy year for Lolly, the expanding team will be all hands-on deck. Peter Moore, CEO at Lolly: “We are delighted to welcome Kye, Tiago and Steph to Lolly, and dedicated to providing tailored opportunities and support to our staff. We want to enable them to develop their skills and work in a manner which is positive and productive for them as individuals and their role, as well as the business.”

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