Leeds-based eviFile – a SaaS firm that is reinventing field data collection for project management – has made a trio of appointments.

Chris Hall has joined as SaaS technical onboarding manager, Elakkiya Geetha Karthikeyan as a business intelligence analyst and Keshia De Sousa as a digital support technician.

These strategic hires are expected to bolster eviFile’s capabilities and propel the company’s expansion efforts.

eviFile is a UK-based digital project management software that provides asset owners, engineers and project managers with real-time visibility into every aspect of their projects.

It can be configured for rail, renewables, construction and other large industrial projects to digitally capture field data with mobile devices, aggregate data from a variety of sources, and create reports to provide a golden thread of information for all stakeholders, both onsite and in the back office.

Clients include Network Rail, Transpennine Route Upgrade, and SPL Powerlines

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Chris Hall, who has spent six years working in the water industry, said: “I am thrilled to join eviFile and contribute to its rapid growth. My passion for process mapping and improving workflows aligns perfectly with eviFile’s mission to provide cutting-edge project management solutions. I have thoroughly enjoyed my first few weeks and if anything, wish I had joined sooner.”

The company’s second hire, Elakkiya Geetha Karthikeyan, began her journey in the IT sector in 2013, and has proven herself as an expert in data integration.

She said: “I am excited to be part of eviFile’s mission to harness data insights for better business outcomes. I look forward to leveraging my expertise to drive innovation in the digital landscape.”

The third appointment is Keshia De Sousa, who has a strong foundation in marketing and customer service,

She said: “My journey from marketing to technology has been incredibly rewarding. I am excited to contribute to eviFile’s innovative approach and help clients achieve their digital transformation goals.”