Meopham, United Kingdom, April 07, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Eil.com, the world's leading provider of rare music & music memorabilia, has pulled off another stunning coup by persuading Jonathan Hayton to join its expanding IT department in the role of Senior Software Developer, as the company moves forward in 2007.
Head of IT Julia Nicholas was delighted with the latest signing, commenting: "2007 is going to be our year, and to make sure that we can successfully implement all of our plans for the company's growth I needed to bring in, a supremely qualified individual who could see our vision for the future, embrace and add to it. Jonathan was the ideal candidate and although it took six months of negotiation we are delighted to have landed our man. I couldn't be more pleased that he has agreed to join us."
Jonathan has jettisoned the bright lights of London (his base after his defection in the 90's from his home town of Bradford ), where his career had taken in such highlights as masterminding the ticket allocation system that was used for the 2004 Olympics in Athens byTicketmaster, to a variety of finance houses in the City such as BNP Paribas, before being lured to Kent to join the eil.com team.
MD Robert Croydon continued the theme: "We have outlined huge plans for expansion in 2007 and many of these will be technology lead, so procuring a developer of Jonathan's standing shows our commitment to these plans and the fact that we are determined to remain cutting edge in the online music memorabilia marketplace."