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Scottish eHR solutions provider IntroNet have continued to bolster their workforce with the appointment of Tessa Heywood as Sales Manager. This is one of eight new appointments at various levels within IntroNet in recent weeks.

Based in IntroNet’s Edinburgh headquarters, Tessa will be responsible for prospecting and sales in the UK and Europe.

Commenting on the appointment, IntroNet’s CEO, Russell Dalgleish, said; “As a developing business with ambitious plans, we are delighted to welcome Tessa on board. Her knowledge of the recruitment industry in the UK and Europe will help us expand our client base while her experience in public sector recruitment will prove invaluable as we strengthen our presence in that market over the coming months.” Dalgleish added, “The recent recruitment drive is a significant undertaking for a company of our size: it sees the staff levels growing by 13% to 60 employees.”

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About IntroNet

IntroNet is a world leader in innovation in the field of HR services and provide a complete service to manage resourcing for major organisations.

Formed in 1996, IntroNet developed the world’s first global applicant tracking system and now specialises in providing tailored resourcing solutions and consultancy services.

Based in Edinburgh, IntroNet has 60 staff and with a turnover of over £3 million is a successful, self-funded profitable organisation with an enviable global client base.

The service is locally tailored to support 65 countries. With many users throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific countries, including China and Japan, IntroNet have over 250,000 users worldwide. For further information visit:

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