TrakCel continues to expand workforce

Cardiff medical software company TrakCel will be increasing their number of staff beyond a hundred as they expand their workforce to meet global demand for their product.

Having more than doubled their employee numbers during the financial year, Business News Wales reports TrakCel is set to recruit over forty people in 2019.

The company’s recruitment drive comes off the back of 300% revenue growth in 2018.

To accommodate the growing team, TrakCel, who develop supply chain management software solutions for cell and gene therapy companies all over the world, has expanded into a third office in Cardiff city centre.

Forecasting for further growth this year, the company is recruiting for various roles at its Cardiff headquarters, including Customer Support, Technical Business Analysts and Software Developers.

With offices in the UK and North America, TrakCel has witnessed rapid growth in the US over the last year with over 80% of business now deriving from there. Consequently, the company is also looking to recruit two Directors of Customer Delivery in the US to further enhance service levels to its growing North American client base.

To facilitate its recruitment drive, TrakCel has brought in Joy Lewis-Middleton as Head of People and Talent. A HR specialist, she brings a wealth of experience having held senior roles at Target Group and Capital Law.

She said “It’s an exciting time to be at TrakCel. We doubled in size last year and we are still growing. There are a number of roles we’re looking to fill across Software Development, Product Management, Testing, Business Analysis, Process Analysis and Project Management which we are confident of filling through local talent. We’re extremely passionate about what we do and what we do matters. That’s one of the main reasons people are attracted to working for us. Not only can they pursue their career with us, but they can do so knowing they’re helping bring truly life-changing products to the market through our innovative software.”

The growing field of personalised medicine is producing very promising treatments against a variety of cancers by utilising a patient’s own cells to target and fight back against cancer. TrakCel was developed in 2012 to trace and streamline the complex supply chains associated with these personalised treatments. The company has since gone on to experience a huge demand for its innovative software.

Ravi Nalliah, CEO and co-founder of TrakCel, said “The last few years have been phenomenal in terms of business success and subsequent growth and we’re delighted to hit the 100-employee mark. We have huge aspirations to continue to grow our business globally and we need to increase our Wales-based workforce to facilitate this. It’s a pivotal time in our journey and we’re looking forward to welcoming more new people to the team over the course of the year.”

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