Wednesday, March 9, 2016

News: Parseq celebrates staff


Two employees at the Rotherham office of Parseq, will collectively celebrate 60 years of service at the business process and technology specialist this year. 

Based at Hellaby, Parseq specialises in mobile and online banking software and technology-led outsourcing services. It handles over 70 million calls, digitises 25 million customer correspondence documents and processes £15 billion of electronic payments every year.

Damien Parr (pictured, second right) and Malcolm Shore (pictured, centre) represent Parseq clients within the financial sector which includes the top ten international banks and a sizable chunk of the UK's insurance market and bluechip brands.

Damien joined at the age of 16 as part of the Youth Training Scheme and since then has progressed up the ladder to the full-time position of technical lead. With thirty years of service and his expertise in print and mail as a specialism Damien is considered a key member of staff.

Malcolm joined in October 1986 as the operational lead for Parseq. His colleagues remark that there isn't much Malcom doesn't know about Parseq and describe him as "the go to person."

Craig Smith, managing director of finance and administration at Parseq, said: "At Parseq we are big believers in valuing our workforce. To be celebrating a total of 60 years' service between Damien and Malcolm is not only a credit to them, but to us also.

"Thirty years of service may be rare for a lot of businesses but I'm proud to say that at Parseq that's not the case. Congratulations Damien and Malcolm. Here's to the next thirty years!"


Parseq was created via a successful reverse takeover by Rami Cassis and Rotherham-based BPO provider, Documetric in 2010. The £33m management buy out was led by Cassis, together with Nova Capital and funds managed by HarbourVest Partners, LLC. Parseq has over 2,500 employees working across seven UK sites and is aiming to be a business with a £100m turnover in three years.

Last year Parseq announced a £1m investment to develop and expand its UK workforce following the launch of its new identity and plans for market growth.

The firm is launching a large scale recruitment campaign at its Sunderland site where job numbers could be increased by 700.

Parseq website

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