Proving that staff loyalty still exists in Australian industry, Planit is promoting long-term employees to meet expected growth in the coming years.
The development is seen as imperative by the company’s Managing Director, Anthony Passmore, who has overseen Planit to become a large software specialist in Australia for cabinetmakers and woodworkers.
Staff promotions are even more viable now that the organisation has gained success in meeting the needs of metalworking companies with its Radan software.
Long serving Business Manager, Stephen Cugley, has seamlessly slotted into the company’s new position of General Manager.
Promoted internally, Stephen Cugley has 13 years experience with Planit and valuable industry exposure due to his involvement in woodworking industry since 1984.
His new role will include exploring opportunities in the Asian market and identifying ways for greater expansion around Australia.
Long-term sales and software specialist, Louise Clarke, remains in the sales section of the Planit business but now has greater influence in the company’s marketing strategies and activities.
Louise Clarke is also a long-term Planit employee, having amassed 13 years with the company.
Always encouraging employees to further their own careers, Planit has wished well Prue Ratcliffe after her six years as technical support manager.
Prue Ratcliffe is moving into a completely different career role, taking up an opportunity to further her own ambitions with a large retail organisation where her extensive knowledge of woodworking and kitchen systems can be utilised in the sales environment.
Outgoing Sales & Marketing Manager, Rees Hughes, has achieved his aim to help bolster client relationships particularly by calling in person to person and the company wishes Rees Hughes well in his career change.