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Steamhaus grows team following client wins

Daniel Faraday-Foster

Cloud and DevOps consultancy Steamhaus is expanding, welcoming three new hires following client wins including fintech company Paytrix and a multi-year digital transformation project for Sperry Rail.

Steamhaus has hired Graham Pye and Natalia Marek as technical consultants, while James Lang joins as business development manager – taking the company’s headcount to 20.

Pye’s previous experience includes nearly five years working in DevOps and engineering roles at brands including Missguided, while Marek joins from digital transformation and engineering consultancy, Infinity Works. Lang brings nearly seven years’ experience working with customers to help them identify new opportunities and move from idea to market faster.

The bolstered team will be key in helping Steamhaus to continue its growth trajectory, with the company on track to meet 45 per cent expected growth during the FYE August 2023.

Steamhaus has also recently secured B Corp accreditation, providing global organisations with the assurance that the company meets the highest standards for social and environmental performance and one of only 14 computer programming services in the UK to hold the accreditation.

Daniel Faraday-Foster, Steamhaus managing director and founder, said: ‘‘We formed Steamhaus in 2015 to help businesses that needed to scale quickly – and we now find ourselves in a similar situation. The growing adoption of cloud computing and DevOps methodology has created an increasing demand for the specialist expertise and experience we offer. To continue to provide the same level of customer service, which we have built our reputation on over the last seven years, we now need to invest in growing the team. It’s fantastic to have Graham, Natalia and James on board to help us do just that.’’

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