New IT manager joins

February 27, 2008

Simon Gould has joined Bankstone as IT Manager. He will be responsible for all IT and systems and telephony issues and also for developing joint initiatives with our technology partner firms including insurance broking software houses.

Bankstone director Dickon Tysoe comments, “Operating at the cutting edge of claims technology is very much part of our highly competitive service offering to our clients and their customers. Simon will play a key role in helping us maintain and extend our capabilities in this area, as well as ensuring that all of our staff have the IT support they need to operate at maximum efficiency at all times. He comes to us with a strong CV and proven abilities in all the key areas we are looking for in an IT manager, and I am very confident he will play an important role in driving the company’s future success.”

Before joining Bankstone, Simon gained over 15 years’ knowledge and experience and within the IT industry, working in a variety of roles from software developer to business intelligence project manager. More recently he has worked extensively on developing cutting edge business systems and their seamless integration into to business intelligence analytical services.

Simon Gould comments: “The prospect of working in the role of IT Manager for a rapidly growing and dynamic company like Bankstone is an excellent opportunity. I am really looking forward to working with the entire team here.”


February 7, 2008

Bankstone has appointed The BLD Repair Centre to its approved panel of motorcycle repairers. BLD is the UK’s market leading specialist in motorcycle hire, repair, storage and salvage, providing a service that covers the entire UK from centres in Hampshire and West Yorkshire. Bankstone’s Dickon Tysoe comments: “BLD are a supremely professional outfit, offering a repair service which in our view is second to none. We are delighted to be working with them.”Read More

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