Inntel recruits four developers for software projects

Meetings and travel management company Inntel has hired two software developers and two web developers.

Jane Dibble from Inntel
Jane Dibble from Inntel

Fiona Farrington and Daniel Case have been appointed as software developers, while David Dronsfield and Sam Dallender will work as web developers.

Inntel’s IT department has had recent successes producing a number of bespoke tools for business travellers.

These include a meetings management portal, designed to offer a seamless event experience to meetings delegates, and Inntel’s online booking tool called iCentral.

Director of business development Jane Dibble said: "We have a number of cutting-edge technology projects under way at Inntel House so it’s a fantastic time for our new starters to have joined the team.

"Our new developers are all highly skilled and we know that with their experience and innovative approach we can continue to provide our customers with future-proof technology solutions that will add invaluable support to their business travel."

Inntel also has plans for a major expansion of technology suites as part of its three-year business strategy.

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