International bike rental software company Bike.Rent Manager continues its expansion with seven new appointments
bike.rent Manager (BRM) has strengthened its engineering team with seven new appointments, including engineering manager Riley Ramone.
Ramone brings over 15 years of engineering experience to BRM, having previously delivered software to Friends Reunited, Mecca Bingo and in agency for brands including HSBC, Nando’s and The London Eye.
In his new role as Head of Engineering, he will oversee the department to ensure it continues to create great software for the cycling community.
He said: “I joined BRM because I wanted to be part of a growing and ambitious company. With my role, I am thrilled to lead the development team, to have the opportunity to take the engineering department to the next level and to play such a central role in the future of BRM.
Chris Jackson has also joined BRM’s engineering team, with 8 years of engineering experience, having previously worked for Fujitsu and Ford.
Chris said: “I knew BRM was the right fit for me when I spoke to our founder, Doug Stoddart. We share the same aspiration for the engineering department, where we are looking to extend our existing software. I look forward to working with the rest of the engineering department to help take our offering to the next level. »
bike.rent Manager is a one-stop shop for managing all rental operations for businesses, founded by Doug Stoddart in 2010. Five other members are also joining the company, including Alex Adderley as Business Analyst and Emily Campbell as a quality assurance engineer. .
Founder Doug Stoddart said, “We are excited to see the company continue to grow rapidly as we expand our offering. We currently work with over 700 rental shops worldwide and our new additions mean the bike rental experience will be seamless for consumers.
“With these new hires, we aim to achieve our goal of adding thousands of stores to our platform. We will be adding powerful new features to our platform to benefit both riders and rental stores.”