It has been announced that Linda Wood, previously a PC Engineer, will join the GGF Group as Operations Director for Borough IT – the Group’s IT Company.
Having worked in IT from the age of 16, Linda has a variety of experience across infrastructure projects, software development projects, support operations and a broad knowledge of delivering within an ITIL framework.
Linda commented on her new role: “I am pleased to join Borough IT at an exciting time in the company and the overall GGF Group’s IT development.”
Borough IT was set up in 2005 to manage the FENSA database, but today provides the IT systems and support for the GGF and its subsidiary companies and external clients.
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