Ochiba Business Solutions has demonstrated its commitment to nurturing the next generation of IT professionals after taking on three new apprentices.
The Chesterfield-based company helps businesses become more efficient and profitable through implementing SAP Business One – the world’s leading ERP software designed specifically for SMEs.
The three apprentices who have joined Ochiba are Mitchell Batty, Robert Dickinson and Max Easton.
Mitchell, who is studying A-Levels in Economics, Product Design and Maths, is passionate about IT and looking for real-world experience as an IT technician.
Robert, who has a degree in Human Biology from University of Huddersfield, has been a hobby programmer since he was a teenager and wants to turn his passion into a career as a software developer.
Max is currently working as a warehouse and sales assistant and seeks to develop and broaden his work experience and skillset in the IT industry.
Dave Worsman, managing director, from Ochiba, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Mitchell, Robert and Max to our apprenticeship programme.
“As a company we are passionate about investing in the next generation of IT professionals so we can continue to provide the first-class solutions our customers expect. Our new apprentices will have the opportunity to work closely with, and learn from, our highly experienced team of consultants and developers.
“We’re sure they will find the apprenticeship a useful and rewarding experience as they prepare to take the next step in their respective careers.”