Published on Monday, January 31, 2011

Dolphin Dynamics set for organisation expansion following 33% turnover growth

Travel technology supplier Dolphin Dynamics has commenced a recruitment drive and move to new premises following an impressive 33% growth in sales turnover during 2010.

The new positions will primarily be focused in areas to support the increased roll-out of Dolphin systems and the delivery of major product developments during 2011. With additional training, support, software development, account management and project management specialists included in a recruitment program which will result in a 17% increase in staff numbers employed at the company during 2011.

The expansion of its development team will accelerate a phase of significant product investment by Dolphin Dynamics. With over 80 customer requested enhancements delivered during 2010 the technology company intends to continue delivering what its customers are requesting during 2011, in addition to a large increase in Dolphin Dynamics’ self-funded investments in its sales and management software for travel agents and tour operators.

A key area of sales growth for the company emerged from the tour operator sector, with over 50% of new business sales arising from this sector during 2010. Which the company sees as validation of Dolphin Dynamics’ entry into the tour operator software market in early 2008.  

Dolphin Dynamics’ President, Roberto Da Re commented, “2010 was a key milestone year for our company with a sharp upturn in turnover growth and major product investments completed or underway. We believe these will enable us to compete even more effectively during 2011 when we are again forecasting double-digit growth. This wouldn’t be possible without our team of talented and loyal employees and as a result we’re now looking for more great people to join us during this exciting time for our company”.

About Dolphin Dynamics:

Dolphin Dynamics Ltd. is a software development company that specialises in developing integrated booking and information management solutions for the travel industry.

For further information:

Contact Andy Davies, Marketing Manager [email protected] +44 (0) 208 394 6001

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