Team of the Month: Synaxon UK's admin department

We find out who makes the best cuppa in Synaxon UK’s admin team
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In our brand new Team of the Month section, we highlight some of the important faces from across the industry who perhaps aren’t always in the public eye. This month, it’s the Synaxon UK admin team.

Who’s in your team?
Carolyn Arthur (right), Nikki Foster (centre) and Jennifer Anderson-Hammersley (left) – aka The Three Musketeers.

What’s been your biggest successes of the past year?
In the joint opinion of our small – but perfectly formed – team, the biggest success for us in 2015 has got to have been the Synaxon UK conference.

Coordinating the administration around a national conference with almost 400 attendees, 250 room bookings over two nights and a sit down dinner and awards for over 200 guests was a big task. Our team worked around the clock for months to ensure this fantastic event ran without a hitch.

What’s the best part of working in your team?
Camaraderie – we are all mates together, we are the three musketeers. We are the backbone of Synaxon UK, we understand the requirements of our suppliers and our dealer members better than any other department. We manage EGIS and our BPM system maintaining all critical business data and we manage everything relating to Synaxon UK accounts.

What’s the hardest part of working in the tech industry?
The hardest part of working within the IT industry is keeping up with all of the changes that are made on a daily basis. As a pivotal part of the day-to-day running of the business, our admin team work extremely hard in a fast paced environment.

Who makes the best cuppa?
Certainly not Jen! It’s well known in Synaxon HQ that Jen has a phobia towards the kettle, but fortunately Carolyn and Nikki both make a great brew.

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