Leading Software as a Service (SaaS) provider, Adventoris, has hired four new staff as it sets its sights on US expansion.

Khalil Ahmed Siddiqui has been appointed as infrastructure manager, Vlad Chreckov as implementation manager, Baily Storey as implementation consultant, and Gala Edmunds as business development executive.

Adventoris’ flagship product SwiftCloud is a leading mobile sales app platform for distributors and wholesalers that provides businesses with a platform that enables their customers to see products, communicate with the company and place orders 24/7.

The software can save customers over 50% in ordering time, while clients have also experienced customer sales increasing by 100% by utilising SwiftCloud technology.

Khalil, whose role will see him being responsible for the planning, installation, maintenance and upgrades of the SwiftCloud infrastructure, has over 12 years of experience in server administration and is an Oracle certified database and cloud interface administrator.

CEO and founder of Huddersfield-based Adventoris, James Clarkson, said: “Bringing Khalil, Vlad, Baily and Gala on board has been fantastic for the team.

“Being able to expand our technical team will help us to enhance our client offering and really make SwiftCloud the best it can be.

“We are growing our international presence from a strong UK base and these roles will be instrumental as we look towards future growth.”

Speaking of his new role, Khalil said: “I’ve been impressed with the pioneering and innovative approach that Adventoris has taken over the years so when I came across the opportunity, it really sparked my interest.

“The company culture at Adventoris is second to none and I am enjoying working in a healthy and friendly environment where all team members have the freedom to put forward ideas and suggestions and all work together to strengthen the business and the product.”

Adventoris now boasts over 200 clients across a range of industries, with a turnover of £2m, and an annual cumulative growth rate of 81% over the last five years.