The milestone appointment comes as Pinnacle continues to ramp up its recruitment across a variety of roles in its Northern Ireland and UK operations.
Pinnacle, a market leader in providing Sage business management software, has appointed Ian Hill as its 100th employee who will operate from Pinnacle’s Belfast office. Ian joins a well-established team of Sage consultants who provide software support to a variety of local and national businesses.
Ken Montgomery, Chairman and Founder of Pinnacle comments on the announcement, “Pinnacle has recently invested over half a million pounds into growing its Sage support teams locally and throughout the rest of the UK and Ireland. Pinnacle works closely with all of its clients as their trusted advisors to establish solutions to suit their business needs, then to deliver those solutions and look after them going forward.
Pinnacle’s focus is to continue to attract the highest calibre of staff like Ian, to ensure its clients get the best support, so they can concentrate on the daily tasks of running a business, especially when the teams work with businesses from 2-user organisations to those with 250-plus system users and global locations.
Pinnacle will continue to invest in growing its talented teams and currently is in a recruitment drive to further develop its software support, consultancy and marketing teams in its UK and Ireland locations.”
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster said:
“This is a milestone achievement for this successful IT business which has operated in East Belfast for over 20 years, Pinnacle has grown steadily during this time to capitalise on new business opportunities and now boasts a 100 strong workforce employed locally and across its other 11 office locations in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland.
Pinnacle is making a valuable contribution to Northern Ireland’s IT industry and I wish the company well in its future endeavours.”