A new chief technology officer has been appointed at job management software specialist Oneserve.

The Exeter company has outlined ambitious plans for growth after also moving to recruit a new sales director to its board.

Andy Martin joins as CTO, bringing more than 25 years of experience in technology and business change within financial services, retail and the civil service.

He most recently operated as deputy head of solution delivery in the Met Office, where he led four development tribes across digital, defence, data and geographical applications.

New sales director David Cockayne also has 25 years of experience, having previously worked for a number of technology providers serving the private and public sectors, including field service management solutions.

Chris Proctor, CEO at Oneserve, said: “Our business has enjoyed great success over the last few years and our highly ambitious plans mean we need exceptional people to drive the next phase of growth.

“We have no doubt that with Andy and David’s notable skills and experience, we can continue to drive our product forward, helping us to continue to deliver innovative workforce management solutions that meet and exceed the demands of our customers.”