BRADFORD-on-Avon based IT support firm Systemagic Ltd has appointed two new recruits to its award-winning team to continue a year of growth.

Hayley Dixon, from Chippenham, takes on new role of Business and Finance Administrator.

She has more than 10 years’ experience in customer facing roles and after running her own cake business she's now looking for the next challenge.

Miss Dixon will be responsible for managing accounts and ensuring efficient operations of the business.

Emily Rigg, from Bath, is the first female technician to join the team. She’s previously completed a Business Administration apprenticeship and worked for the NHS, but is now following her passion for IT.

Miss Rigg has been brought on board to further improve the industry leading response and resolution times Systemagic provides.

Managing Director James Eades said: “I’m delighted to welcome Emily and Hayley to Systemagic and start our 20th year of service with two additional roles.

"Both are already thriving in their new positions and have been warmly welcomed by the rest of the team.

"Our plan is to grow by another couple of people this year as we continue to welcome many new clients onboard to our services.”

Systemagic provides IT support, cloud computing and connectivity solutions to customers including Norland College, Whatley Manor, Halsall Construction and Bath Cats & Dogs Home.