SKELMERSDALE company CoreRFID has recruited brothers Matt and Tim Clancy to its software development team.
The brothers from Leigh, Greater Manchester, both graduated from the same computer software engineering course at Bolton University this year. Matt was initially recruited and recommended his brother Tim, who also accepted an offer to immediately join the team.
The asset management software firm, which counts Ocado, Vp Hire Station and Weir Minerals among its clients, uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for a diverse range of applications, from tracking assets for industrial rental firms to pinpointing parts through complex manufacturing processes and recording materials arriving and products leaving warehouses.
CoreRFID is also seen as a leader in inspection and reporting software in the UK and Republic of Ireland for the lifting and cranes industry using its CheckedOK solution.
Its IDXpert system based on CheckedOK, and for users outside the British Isles, has seen taken-up in Spain, Italy, Australia and the USA in the past year.
Matt Clancy said: “It’s a great opportunity to be part of a specialist team which helps so many businesses streamline and improve processes.”
CoreRFID’s technical director Munzi Ali responded: “Matt and Tim’s university training is about practical problem solving, which is exactly what we want as each of our clients receive tailored solutions to meet their business needs.”