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Online training tech business expands team in period of ongoing growth

by Anthony Weaver

Affordable, online training provider, Tayl (www.tayl.net) has appointed Mike McKenzie as engagement manager in a move to enhance the already significant growth that the business has achieved over the past 12 months.

McKenzie joins Tayl from Virtual Check In, a leading software designed for contactless staff and visitor recording, where he was in SaaS business development. He reports into business CEO and founder, Graeme Scott, and is charged with leading and expanding the sales team. Tayl has clients across the travel and hospitality sector, and McKenzie has ambitious growth targets within the sector.

Graeme Scott, Tayl founder and CEO, said:

“We are excited to welcome Mike to Tayl and see the impact his experience and expertise will bring to the business. He not only understands the capabilities of various technologies but also its longer-term potential and how it can help businesses solve staffing problems and enable growth. This will be invaluable in supporting our growth plans as Tayl continues to help businesses become more profitable through the use of our intuitive training technology.”

Mike McKenzie added:

“I’m excited to be part of a growing team and business that is supporting industries in their return to success. In a time when critical issues within the [insert sector] are at an all-time high, I’ve seen already how Tayl’s business-improving online training solution helps businesses to tackle staffing issues, and improve team development, engagement and upskilling, all without costing a fortune. Embracing team training has never been more pivotal for businesses.”

Tayl offers a remote training solution at an affordable price. It allows for greater flexibility and makes the process of planning growth opportunities much easier. With its user-friendly onboarding and training system, users can onboard employees, train them in compliance and essential skills, create their own courses, and track progress with minimal supervision. Learners can access their training online from any PC, laptop, smartphone, or tablet, as long as they have internet connectivity.

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