DJS (UK) Limited team grows more than 50 per cent in 2018

“Our team is central to everything we do and has expanded from 49 to 76 in the last 12 months. They are all so passionate about their careers and ensure that the company is always delivering the best possible service to our customers.” – Dan Ware

DJS (UK) Limited, a Dorset-based technical innovations and software development company established in 2012, has enjoyed a year of rapid growth in its team during 2018.

This year has seen the business, which has recently relocated to the centre of Bournemouth, expand by more than 50 per cent. Additional roles have been required in areas such as customer care, marketing, business intelligence and software development in order to support an increased demand for the company’s financial products.

Dan Ware, CEO at DJS (UK) Limited, commented: “Our team is central to everything we do and has expanded from 49 to 76 in the last 12 months. They are all so passionate about their careers and ensure that the company is always delivering the best possible service to our customers.

We made the decision earlier this year to move from our picturesque offices on the River Avon in Christchurch to the heart of Bournemouth town centre in order to support our current growth, as well as planning ahead for the future.

 

 

The 12,000 square foot open-plan office is located next to the Upper Gardens and is decorated with artwork from the company’s in-house graphic designers. Its breakout area provides ample room away from desks and includes sofas, a pool table and the opportunity for staff to play table tennis.

The company’s product PiggyBank, the UK’s fastest growing short-term lender, has recently been recognised as the Alternative Consumer Lender of the Year (lending between £0 – £2,500) at the recent 2018 Credit Strategy Lending Awards.

This accolade recognises the company’s evidence of credit growth and business innovation, with excellent customer satisfaction. Judges commended the company’s practice and highlighted that it is the right evolution of the lending model.

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