Rullion doubles dev team with technology led strategy
Rullion has never shied away from investing in technology to support its goal of bringing out the best in every individual and company it works with.
Its cloud-based recruitment software used by national organisations such as Co-operative Group, United Utilities and EDF Energy, was developed in-house to provide greater flexibility for clients than many off-the-shelf products. Rullion’s internal database, myRullion, was built to improve consultant productivity, and CATO was developed to track and qualify sales leads.
The evolution of the industry and the role tech plays within it, is moving at pace and Rullion is doubling the size of its technology team from 20-40, recruiting front and back end developers as well as user experience experts to accelerate the creation of new products and tools that drive efficiency.
Growth plans were recently kicked off with the appointment of Interim IT Director, Greg Stewart (formerly Walmart and Unilever), who is now recruiting a Digital IT Director to spearhead this function.
“Our tech advancements so far have served the business well and have been key to our success, but we’re now building up our capacity so that we’re able to experiment. Some initiatives will fly, others won’t, but that’s fine. We have a culture of innovation and experimentation, and we feel the investment’s a risk well worth taking.” James Saoulli, Rullion CEO.
Rullion recognises that ramping up its technology will bring a variety of benefits to the business through increasing client efficiency, connecting employees and enabling access to the best talent in the market.